After scouring countless sites and articles, only thing that could fully read the drives was UFS Explorer. $700 later and many, many crashes, we are starting to have a reliable process of recovering the data. We have to use UFS Explorer and recover as raw disk images. Then attach those raw images to new VMs manually. Then do a Windows recover to each one.
I was setting up dnf-automatic on a new system today and recalled this post. I changed the reboot option and it made the systemd file as noted, which is what you report. So are you sure someone did not change your config from never to when-changed?
Does anyone have good resources for web design? Good books or YouTube or websites? I'm talking actual skilled design, not "I bought a template for WordPress and changed teh colors using a GUI". I want to get people up to speed on hand coding HTML and CSS, understanding things like Bootstrap and so forth.
I'm not aware of any specific videos for HTML and CSS, but what I have been using here and there is SoloLearn. The Android app for it is great. The best part about it is that for each part of the course, there's public comments. You can learn so much more useful things browsing through those after reading each step of the course. It's been a great help.
My most recent course in Sololearn is the C#. I don't only use Sololearn, but it's a great addition to other resources. I used a great 45-hour Udemy course as my main source. That said, I do remember seeing HTML and CSS in Sololearn.
As for websites, when I need to reference HTML and CSS, my go-to sites are:
Most of my HTML/CSS usage these days is the ad-hoc need to reference something, so there's likely better tutorials than I listed. But it might be good to check out SASS and SCSS as well, as I have been needing to reference those more and more.