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After upgrading from 22.10 to 23.04, the boot gets stuck on 2 processes:
1 - Job gpu-manager.service/start
2 - Job plymouth-quit-wait.service/start
boot screen


Also, earlier in the boot shows “Dependency failed for” a series of sssd services
dependency errors


Computer is an Acer Predator Helios with a SSD.


What should I do to fix?


Thanks.


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I had the same issue. It turned out to be a bug with the nvidia-driver-470 package currently installed. I installed nvidia-driver-515 instead and the new Lunar boot process worked flawlessly. Here are the steps:



  1. Boot into recovery mode to view the GNU GRUB menu: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecoveryMode

  2. Choose to boot with Linux kernel 5.19.0 instead of Linux kernel 6.2.0. I was able to successfully boot up and open a terminal with the older 5.19.0 kernel.

  3. Run the sudo apt install nvidia-driver-515 command to install the different Nvidia driver version.

  4. Reboot to confirm that everything now works with the default kernel 6.2.0 boot process.


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