Rtx 4000 SFF
Ryzen 5900x (no iGPU, X570 mobo)
32 gb ddr4 3800 mhz RAM (running at JDEC 2333 or so, long story)
Nvme Pcie gen 5 ssd
I’ll thank anyone reading this for forgiving me for being brief under the circumstances; I don’t have a keyboard so this is rather unergonomic to document.
I have recently come to EndeavorOS for a variety of reasons, and so I have a fairly fresh installation with packages mainly relating to gaming and web development. This includes Docker, and some Postgres databases running on bare metal. I also have jre runtime and jre runtime headless installed and ignored for personal reasons though I deem these to be unrelated to the issue at hand.
One of the first things I did on installation was use an included utility (on EOS KDE) to determine the fastest mirror automatically.
My issue basically started with the current release cycle for nvidia drivers started; nvidia utilities had an update to 545.29.02-3 before the rest of my nvidia packages updated, causing a conflict.
During this conflict, I manually ignored the nvidia untils package when updating until everything else caught up.
Recently they did, and so I performed a full upgrade with pacman -Syu (I did try yay -Syu from tty after my issue began), and my system continued performing as expected, so I rebooted.
On reboot, I have been frustratingly stuck in the boot process at
Reached target graphical interface
I did leave it hanging on this line for quite a while, roughly twenty minutes or so in case some drivers were compiling after the update or such.
As I specified above. Some interesting lines preceding it include:
Starting Docker Application Container Engine…
Started Docker Container Engine
Reached target Multi-User System
Regardless, I have included some logs with the journalCTL logs redacted until the relevant locations in case of any personal information being present. If a more complete log is required, please let me know.
Anyway, I’ve seen a common piece of advice is to install the dkms packages though I’ve never done so, so I’m not sure precisely which packages I need to remove to do so safely.
Any advice on which direction to go would be much appreciated, and please feel free to ask for any further logs.