I just upgraded from Fedora 31 to Fedora 32 as described here and now I always get stuck in this emergency mode here (right after entering my luks password):
I’m using the KDE spin of Fedora. It’s a laptop (x64) and I’ve never had severe upgrading issues like that on it before.
There whole system is on one SSD. After entering my root password in the emergency mode I can browse all my files just fine. There are no errors in dmesg and I couldn’t find anything that looked critical to me in journalctl -xb.
Selecting an older (Fedora 31-)kernel got me stuck in emergency mode as well. I’ve also tried removing all custom kernel parameters that I have successfully been using in Fedora 31 (Just some iommu/vfio and GPU driver stuff)
I’d really like to avoid restoring to my backup as this takes about 4 hours and then another 2 hours to upgrade again.
Is there anything I can do?