Since there is not too much information displayed on that screen, may I ask you to provide us with the rdsosreport.txt file dracut has generated? It should contain all the information that have agglomerated during boot, where we hopefully find the root cause for this.
I have recorded my screen with my mobile phone video camera when all the info was flashing through and took a snapshot of the screens when paused during playback to see if that is any better to discern the issue?
Anthony - I had the exact same system Qotom Q190G4N-S08 and it ran fine for a few years. It was easy to setup. But the power supply (or something related) went bad and I replaced it last year. (it lasted four years)
Based on your first post I would guess that something needs repair on the Qotom internal Kingston hard drive. Along those lines you may need to boot from a separate USB device (like an external drive) and then run an fsck type command to repair.
This is above my level and I need to defer to someone else for help.
“looks like the filesystem on /dev/sda4 is corrupted. Mount reports that it detect more than one filesystem on this disc. Are you really sure that this disk is OK?”
Then for some reason, IPfire is not fully wiping the hard drive before installing the OS to it. When I have time I will try running a linux live CD and wiping the drive and then installing IPfire again to see if this fixes it.
Looks like the SSD is buggy and ignore the discard function which linux mkfs use to erase an SSD. (this is the recommended way to clean an ssd because every write of the flashcells reduce the lifetime)