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Fedora Failing to Launch Linux Kernel 6.7.X, must boot twice to select kernel

Fedora Failing to Launch Linux Kernel 6.7.X, must boot twice to select kernel I have a newly built desktop running Fedora 39. (I have been told it may be important to note it has an NVidia GPU). A few days ago, the following occurred: I installed a normal system update For unrelated reasons, I rebooted …

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What is this screen at startup?

What is this screen at startup? I re-installed my nvidia server as all my setting had vanished. I followed instructions found here:https://forums.developer.nvidia.com/t/not-showing-nvidia-gpu-in-ubuntu-20-04/180557 when I rebooted. I had this weird screen, what is it and how do I get rid of it? Thanks in advance. Asked By: Andy Park || Source The screen you are seeing …

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Ubuntu Boot takes a while to load

Ubuntu takes a long time to boot The boot of my Ubuntu machine is weird. The thing is, it takes up about five minutes. First I see the motherboard startup screen (MSI in my case) and after that I see the Ubuntu loading screen and the loader dots. In some time, the dots freeze and …

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mate-terminal showing unwanted text when it starts

mate-terminal showing unwanted text when it starts i’am on parrot OS, after a forced restart my mate-terminal begun showing text from bashrc every time it started, after a "clear" it goes away and the prompt is properly colored and everything is functional. i checked bashrc and there is nothing wrong with it. i don’t know …

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Run kpartx on system start

Run kpartx on system start I’m trying to detect and run partitions on top of jMicron fakeRAID, which is discovered by dmraid. How far I’m stuck with making this automatically during boot. hopungo@hopungo-pc:~$ sudo kpartx -l /dev/mapper/jmicron_GRAID jmicron_GRAID1 : 0 7813722112 /dev/mapper/jmicron_GRAID 2048 Here is a good known solution from year 2010, but it is …

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How to see all startup tasks from the command line?

How to see all startup tasks from the command line? I was trying to find why a certain application ran on my Raspberry Pi, and turns out there is a half dozen ways to execute an application on startup. Here are the ones that I’ve located. /etc/rc.local /home/pi/.bashrc copying a script to /etc/init.d/ systemctl schedule …

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Which service creates /dev/fb0 node?

Which service creates /dev/fb0 node? I want to update the console-setup.service to detect screen resolution using fbset -s and adjust console font size accordingly. For fbset, I need /dev/fb0 to be present, but I don’t know which service I should create a dependency on. How is /dev/fb0 created on startup? Asked By: Tomasz Garbus || …

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Kubuntu takes a long time to start up

Kubuntu takes a long time to start up As per the subject, Kubuntu takes 1:03 minutes to start, but there is an inconsistency with some data: andrea@Tehesyan:~$ systemd-analyze time Startup finished in 4.504s (firmware) + 2.140s (loader) + 5.188s (kernel) + 9.054s (userspace) = 20.888s graphical.target reached after 9.007s in userspace. As you can see …

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What is the difference between an Autostart App and a system service?

What is the difference between an Autostart App and a system service? I’m working on creating an auto-start script that will launch & run my applications upon startup. I’ve created a .sh file that will run my applications but I’ve found 2 different ways I can run the file upon startup: create a .service file …

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how to stop system startup apps (like update-notifier, evolution*, etc.) to start at login

how to stop system startup apps (like update-notifier, evolution*, etc.) to start at login Using "startup applications" I can remove MY installed apps from the startup. But there are some system apps like update-notifier, evolution-addressbook-factory, evolution-alarm-notify (and some other evolution apps), etc. which are started up automatically and are not present in the "startup applications" …

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How to make a script run when bash goes up?

How to make a script run when bash goes up? When I execute bash using bash, I want a custom script to run, in that bash. I want that script to always be the same script, and not provided via argument. Just a default custom initialization for my bash. I couldn’t find how to do …

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How to enable Startup Sound in Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS?

How to enable Startup Sound in Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS? Commands on internet for enabling Startup Sound works only on older builds of Ubuntu like 20.04. Therefore please provide a command in order to enable it for 22.04.1 LTS. Asked By: Gamer Undefeated || Source The description in the above image is to be copied as …

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Startup script not executing

Startup script not executing Ubuntu Version: 22.04.1 LTS Hey! I’m trying to run startup.sh located in /root/startup.sh on startup. This is the content of the file: synclient VertScrollDelta=-100 synclient CoastingFriction=35 synclient MinSpeed=0.05 synclient MaxSpeed=0.7 echo "All went according to plan…" when I run the file manually using sudo /root/startup.sh then all goes according to plan, …

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How to handle time-consuming command lines on startup files?

How to handle time-consuming command lines on startup files? I have a command that I desire to run it automatically only once at the starting up. The solution I found is to put it on the startup file of login shell session, ~/.profile. The problem is that this command is rather time consuming, which delays …

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on startup login screen has default wallpaper

on startup login screen has default wallpaper I am on kubuntu 22.04 and when I start up my device, login screen shows the default login background not the one I set in settings. waking from sleep or locking screen shows correct login screen background problem is only with first login screen that shows on startup …

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KDE-Plasma : Prevent akonadi stuff from being launched at startup

KDE-Plasma : Prevent akonadi stuff from being launched at startup Akonadi server is well known for being launched with the very first application needing it. (Kmail, KaddressBook, KOrganizer…) Previously running KDE-Plasma-5.23 with a given set of widgets (including some digital-clock + calendar) the akonadi server would never be launched until I voluntarily launch kmail. Updating …

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Running a command line .net application on boot, as a user, without needing login

Running a command line .net application on boot, as a user, without needing login I have a dotnet console application that when executed will run a loop and await a keypress. On certain keypresses it will perform an action (via api calls etc..) I have a raspberry pi running ubuntu server 22.10 (64 bit) on …

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Desktop lockscreens when I press suspend

Desktop lockscreens when I press suspend I am running Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) dual-booting with Windows 11. Not long ago, when I launched the Software Updater, it told me some error that I don’t remember the phrasing of, but ending with suggesting a partial update. I went through with it and restarted my system. …

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What is the most universal way to run a command in root on startup?

What is the most universal way to run a command in root on startup? I have a program that needs to have a command running on startup (the command needs to run as root). I know there are many ways, but what is the most universal way across Linux distributions. The command stays running until …

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External keyboard function keys not recognised unless I run script

External keyboard function keys not recognised unless I run script I am running Ubuntu 20.04.5 LTS with XFCE on a Dell laptop. When I am using an external keyboard the function keys are not correctly detected- for example in Intellij IDE. I have a work-around which I got from amazon of all places – someone …

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