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- Apr 5 2019, 5:39 PM (10 w, 5 d)
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Kyrios I am aware that the command fixes the issue, however its something that shouldn't be required.
May 7 2019
Also, generally never buy from Acer again (if you have a choice). ASUS, Dell, and Lenovo all make much better laptops :D
May 6 2019
And any other distro works fine?
That's strange. In Linux generally a bus error is a fault raised by the hardware. It's trying to access memory that the CPU cannot address. Weird. Honestly, best bet is instead of wasting time trying to fix your install is just backing up all data and reinstalling Solus. You are most likely going to spend way more time trying to fix your install than just reinstalling.
May 5 2019
Gnome Disks --> Format the EFI partition.
May 4 2019
It's just your root partition that is encrypted, correct? Not the entire drive itself? I generally don't do anything in regards to encryption so I don't know.
May 3 2019
Have you tried just recreating your EFI partition with a live session?
May 2 2019
It's a long shot, but try passing this as a kernel parameter. "button.lid_init_state=open"
Apr 29 2019
Apr 23 2019
Update proper author.
Apr 13 2019
Welp I'm dumb lol. It does show, after a restart.