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Old 02-04-2022, 11:21 AM   #1
mike4x
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I cannot login after 1st reboot


Hi

I installed arch Linux. Hardened kernell, encrypted, grub. After installing bedrock and reboot on initial screen with users i write good password i cannot go further. What's going one? Can i fix this somehaw. I tried on mate and xfce? Newest arch from fabruary 22.

Ty in advance for help.
I tried to to prepare safe tower. Encrypted, hardened, no-systemd and i cannot go further.

Ty
 
Old 02-04-2022, 05:02 PM   #2
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What about login at a terminal, without the gui? Does that work?
 
Old 02-05-2022, 08:48 AM   #3
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I second wpeckham's question regarding the ability to log in via a tty rather than a GUI.

Of the things you've listed:
  • Arch Linux
  • Hardened kernel
  • Encryption
  • GRUB
  • MATE
  • XFCE

Almost all of those seem fine except the hardened kernel, which may or may not be the problem. "Hardening" often means disabling rarely used functionality so that bad guys can't leverage it in an attack. A side effect, though, is that good guys can't use it either. The Arch wiki lists a handful of examples that the hardened kernel patch set breaks; there's likely to be more. It's possible something in the hardening patch set disabled functionality Bedrock uses. It's also possible this is a red herring; I bring it up because it's the only possible lead I see.
 
  


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