Everyone loves the car analogies. So, you buy yourself a new car , but can’t be bothered to do any of the maintenance that the manufacturer recommends. Well guess what you just voided your warranty, and if your engine blows up it’s not the manufacturer holding the bag it’s you.
You’re running a rolling distro. This isn’t a Debian based distro where the components change once a decade. If you want to run on, (or near) the bleeding edge, you’re best to do your due diligence. On a rolling distro that means reading the release announcements.
Sorry, no sympathy from me. Same for all the rest of the lazy Windows refugees who never do any backups then cry a river when their mistake costs them a drive’s contents. Coulda, woulda, shoulda. Sorry, that’s all on the heads of the ones who are too lazy to put in any effort of their own.
Every time you point the finger at the distro there’s four pointing back at you. I could keep em coming all day. In other words take some responsibility for your own system.
(edit) here’s a tip for you. When you see a monster update, wait on it. I always do. Phill just downgraded the systemd upgrade. If you’d waited like me, the fix would already be out for what caused the breakages.