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plymouth-set-default-theme returns error regardless of which theme I select.

This is what I get when I try to change to a different plymouth theme. Does not matter what theme I select, I only have the hot-dog on reboot, and running with -R on the plymouth command fails with same message.

 [steve@linuxbox-desktop ~]$ sudo plymouth-set-default-theme charge
[sudo] password for steve: 
/usr/local/lib/plymouth/two-step.so does not exist
[steve@linuxbox-desktop ~]$

Any suggestions, even bad ones, cause sometimes they turn out to be right.

plymouth-set-default-theme returns error regardless of which theme I select.

This is what I get when I try to change to a different plymouth theme. Does not matter what theme I select, I only have the hot-dog on reboot, and running with -R on the plymouth command fails with same message.

 [steve@linuxbox-desktop ~]$ sudo plymouth-set-default-theme charge
[sudo] password for steve: 
/usr/local/lib/plymouth/two-step.so does not exist
[steve@linuxbox-desktop ~]$

Any suggestions, even bad ones, cause sometimes they turn out to be right.