It seems that libvirt is broken on my laptop, says that "-.mount" is masked when I try to start it. What does that even mean?
@bugaevc I know what masked is, I don't know what -.mount is.
@gudenau ah, that is the mount unit for the root filesystem, normally generated from the fstab entry
@bugaevc So why is it masked? That makes no sense.
@gudenau I don't know, maybe you have a symlink to /dev/null in /etc/systemd for some reason. Use systemctl tools to investigate
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