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Hi, just wanted to say thank you for this! It worked perfectly for me today :)
You can also install plymouth as a potential fix apt-get install plymouth-x11
Hi, it would be nice to explain what you these commands change in the system. Anyway, thank you for the post :)
tried to chown but file not found, then installed it (plymouthd from Synaptic) restarted same error then ... sudo chown -R : /sbin/plymouthd worked - restart and finally gone just FYI
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