Hi, I thought I’d give the Fedora KDE spin a spin as I’ve taken a shine to kwin/plasma via another distro lately and have tried the standard Gnome Fedora very briefly in the past and always found it seemingly rather polished. Am not having much luck with the KDE spin though:
→ The Live USB hangs at desktop startup; I get a wallpaper and a nice spinning thing and then it freezes.
If I edit the boot options of the live USB like so:
and remove the “quiet” it stalls (but doesn’t hang) at
Starting Hold until boot process finishes up…
Starting Terminate Plymouth Boot Screen…
[OK] Started Notify NFS peers of a restart.
(If I merely remove “quiet” it shows the bootup sequence and does not get stuck but rather continues unto the graphical desktop and proceeds to hang)
hw: Ryzen 5 3600 (no built-in video), Nvidia RTX 2060.
Version 33 (KDE) booted the live USB OK.