So I just installed Zorin OS 16 Core a few weeks ago, was pretty happily surprised that it supported not only secure boot and full disk encryption properly, but also had Nvidia binary drivers and the proper signatures for them for secure boot so everything actually worked.
Then I got sick of fighting with Gnome and the "taskbar" not being movable from the primary display, which is a very bad thing on an OLED display like I'm using for my actual primary display, and decided to give the XFCE4 variant a try, installing
xubuntu-desktop. Afterwards I also installed some software updates that were available.
Now I also get the hwmatch + no server available -errors on boot, and get thrown to grub afterwards. Neither of these were a thing before today.
This really makes me question the reliability of Zorin if within a week or two of installing the boot breaks.
I've also got a dual boot setup with Windows 10, but they're on 2 separate NVMe drives and I use EFI boot menu to choose what to boot. Before now that worked fine.
So is this a thing that people should expect from Zorin? What is breaking, and how does one resolve it so that there is no errors that require user input, and I don't get thrown to grub to choose some boot options again?