(solved) message - failed systemd-modules-load.service

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(solved) message - failed systemd-modules-load.service

PostPosted by erikdubois » Sun Apr 23, 2017 4:32 pm

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We install the virtualbox modules standard so you can test it first on virtual box. Once on a actual SSD or harddisk you need then to delete these applications.

They cause this message.

In the long term we want to find a way to do this automatically upon installation. IF you know how, let us know.
In the meantime we have a script you need to do run yourself manually since we can not predict at this time if an installation occurs on ssd or virtualbox and take the appropriate action.

This script can be found in your openbox folder ~/.config/folder/openbox/script.

delete-virtual-box-application-if-not-on-virtual-machine.sh


ps. virtualbox or vmware or gnome-boxes - installing on any of them worked just fine
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Re: (solved) message - failed systemd-modules-load.service

PostPosted by womp » Fri Jul 28, 2017 12:14 am

Hi! I am new here and I like Archlab(s) very much so far! Incredibly fast on my 7 year old station! Very cheap on memory! Great!
The script in ~/.config/openbox/scripts work but I still get "systemd-modules-load.service failed when I boot!

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Re: (solved) message - failed systemd-modules-load.service

PostPosted by womp » Fri Jul 28, 2017 1:02 am

Hi again!
I found the problem and fixed it! I just had to remove the virtualbox.conf in /etc/modules-load.d!
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