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    Default Re: Rebooting stops wih an error

    Quote Originally Posted by filippos2 View Post
    changing mode to /var/run didn't helped
    What do you mean by change mode? The /var/run directory must be removed and a symlink to /run created as was explained in bug comment 15. This requires a "rescue" boot, since /var/run is always busy while the TW installation is running.
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    Default Re: Rebooting stops wih an error

    Quote Originally Posted by filippos2 View Post
    changing mode to /var/run didn't helped
    Mode?!? Please show exact commands you used; ideally copy-paste the full commands and their output. Otherwise it is absolutely unclear what you did. Error symptoms match mentioned bug report exactly.
    here is rdsosreport
    This is too early, sorry, due to rd.shell it stops during boot. If you just Ctrl-D it should continue with booting and then stop during shutdown.

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    Default Re: Rebooting stops wih an error

    Quote Originally Posted by mrmazda View Post
    This is what is wrong.
    It needs to be:
    Code:
    lrwxrwxrwx...run -> /run
    https://bugzilla.opensuse.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1104235 covers it. Comment 15 there provides a solution.
    So, this is the solution! You were absolutely right! Thanks!

    After rescue booting
    Code:
    cd /var
    ln -s ../run -> /var/run

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