The live usb works fine, but after install the boot hangs at the ramdisk initialization.
I see in /etc/default/grub there are apostrophes where quotes should be at, duplicated bootline parameters. And from the chroot into the system I noticed the hostname is garuda-xfce and not what I entered on install. I'm able to boot into recovery mode, but the networking dns does not resolve.
I'm skeptical about this system feedback using broad planning terms like "modules tree" and "sanity check" in reference to header files and checksums. Doesn't seem Unix like at all, but improperly sourced and obfuscating. Soft Language is exactly what I would expect from a widely written Academic distribution such as Fedora, its certainly no BSD man pages fresh from the Labs. That attention to detail is confirmed to be what built the Arch community.
Minds well add some Finnish subtitles instead of this craptastic redubbing sans empiricism. Seems no one has forked Dracut yet. Why has no one forked it yet? If its not fork-able its not installable. I don't want untested virgin code in my system with a glowing clean slate of history. I would use proprietary software before touching that steaming pile because at least then it passes the standards of a blind fool.
Very Suspicious Misdirection:
- point man pages to github.com instead of kernel.org
In another thread it was mentioned adding vmd module to dracut and it having something to do with nvme drives.
Perhaps this has something to do with dns not resolving in recovery mode:
(Is anyone booting this distribution on metal or is it a proof of concept for virtual machines?)