adamwill commented on the pull-request: `Silverblue & Kinoite: Use unified core mode`
that you are following:
OK, so I reproduced this twice, pretty sure it's accurate. When I build a Silverblue
ostree+installer with `--unified-core`, it works fine, it can be installed fine...but when
we run the overlay test on it, it fails.
The overlay test boots, switches to a VT, logs in as root, does `systemctl set-default
multi-user.target`, does `rpm-ostree install htop` and reboots. At that point it fails:
the system doesn't reach a tty on VT1 as it should, it just sticks at this screen:
hitting ctrl-alt-f6 does get a tty on VT6. I suspect the problem is that changing the boot
target doesn't work right, rather than actually the overlay going wrong.
This only happens when building with `--unified-core`. Same test, on the same update,
without that, passes fine.
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