Every time there is a kernel update, Plymouth breaks. I can still enter my LUKS password, but it won't display anything until the login manager loads.
The fix for this is to run "dracut -f" every time I perform a kernel update.
So annoying. I can't wait until I can ditch my Nvidia card for something else.
Lovely wallpaper I found.
Here's my simple shell script to take a whole directory of files in the filename format "*YYYYMMDD*.*" or "*YYYY-MM-DD*.*" and put them in their own subdirectories sorted by date, plus timestamped *when* you sorted.
Works great when you have thousands of pictures on your phone's SD card that you need to sort in a hurry. Also assists if you are trying to sort duplicate files across many subdirectories.
Linux Geeks doing what Linux Geeks do..