Bug 5804 - Freeze in Plymouth (full charged bar)
: Freeze in Plymouth (full charged bar)
Status: RESOLVED WORKSFORME
Product: Desktop Bugs
Classification: ROSA Desktop
Component: Main Packages
: RED
: All Linux
: High critical
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Assigned To: ROSA Linux Bugs
: ROSA Linux Bugs
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Reported: 2015-06-21 18:36 MSD by Shalok Shalom
Modified: 2015-07-16 00:33 MSD (History)
2 users (show)

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RPM Package: linux-nrj-desktop 3.14.39
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Description Shalok Shalom 2015-06-21 18:36:31 MSD
ROSA freeze in Plymouth with 3.14.39, it works fine with 3.14.33

Here is the hw-probe: http://hw.rosalinux.ru/index.php?probe=9f40ecafe2
Comment 1 Shalok Shalom 2015-07-12 19:10:50 MSD
Hnn, it seems like this is Kernel independent. I boot on the very first start fine with .33 and upgrade then the Kernel. Plymouth freeze then, as described. 

I was 3 weeks in holidays and the device was in usage in this while.
(Its from a friend of mine.)

When i boot now in .33 (i delete .39 back then) it happens sometimes, that all start fine, and sometimes that plymouth hangs, like it do before in .39. 
In this case, when it reach around 80% of the bar or here: 
http://funkyimg.com/view/Z4pk

What is new: The internet is down since some days (no updates). 
I put the local hw-probe on a stick, its available here: 
https://github.com/ShalokShalom/Supertuxkart_-Binary-/releases/tag/1.0

KDE Plasma mentions each ~ 10 minutes or so: Diffusion de message de .......
pcmups@localhost is unavailable.

Same on another WLAN.
Comment 2 Eugene Shatokhin 2015-07-13 18:19:02 MSD
hw-probe for that system after the problems with the network: http://hw.rosalinux.ru/index.php?probe=d98fb29e1f
Comment 3 Shalok Shalom 2015-07-13 18:44:22 MSD
I disable Plymouth and all works fine now. Will try another Kernel for the network issue. If that is not enough, i will create another bug report.

Thanks a lot for the great help :D

How to disable plymouth (for other users with the same/similar issue:)

kdesu kwrite /etc/default/grub

(Replace kdesu kwrite with gksu gedit, if you are on GNOME)

Then go to the line GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash"
remove quiet splash, then save the document (with ctrl/strg + S) and run
sudo update-grub2 

I recommend to take this up into the wiki page of plymouth.