Alright, so i tried live-booting once again, moved
bin ---> /usr/bin, tried fsck’ing it, and it says that the filesystem is clean, so i forced it and there was nothing out of the ordinary, no bad superblocks.
So i thought: “the last journalctl lines complain about the peripherals, and before i failed to boot i did a kernel update, so maybe it’s a kernel issue? would make sense since i’m using
kernel-lqx (fedora port of the liquorix kernel)”
So i booted another, older kernel, and now it started… almost fine, until it would get stuck on
filtering iptables by arp/ip[something]/[etc/something else is not supported use X instead (i didn't write it out, so i'm going by memory).
Tried opening another tty but somehow i couldn’t log in at all, it would loop back to the login screen after a few seconds.
I also tried chrooting, removing kernel-lqx, installing the default kernel. But then i didn’t know how to update/tell GRUB which kernel to boot. (update-grub/grub2 failed with some error i can’t remember, which i fixed, only for it to give another one.)
At this point i’m starting to ask if it’s even worth it, maybe i should install OpenSUSE; not because Fedora is a bad distro, but because i wanted to kill two birds with one stone, by also trying it out.
EDIT: not to be rude or anything, but this is the second time i’ve asked for help about this
(first on the IRC and then here) and i’ve waited days without access to my computer; so i guess i’m going to install OpenSUSE instead i guess…