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#26 2013-07-27 15:04:55

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

Well then, looks like this issue has fixed itself for me with 3.10.3-1 dropping into [core].

Jasonwyran, are things working for you? If so, I'll likely mark the topic as Solved.

All the best,

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#27 2013-07-27 23:31:05

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

Yep: 3.10.3 works without issue.

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#28 2013-07-28 11:02:39

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

Sorry for nobish question, but i'm still learning the Arch way. You updated this with pacman switches (sudo pacman -Syuu), and you found trouble with upgrading. How would you try to revert back changes, for old kernel version or how you upgraded it again to a much newer version than the one that caused problems?

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#29 2013-07-28 11:06:15

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

firekage wrote:

Sorry for nobish question, but i'm still learning the Arch way. You updated this with pacman switches (sudo pacman -Syuu), and you found trouble with upgrading. How would you try to revert back changes, for old kernel version or how you upgraded it again to a much newer version than the one that caused problems?

/var/cache/pacman/pkg contains older packages until you deleted them.

# pacman -U /var/cache/pacman/pkg/package.pkg.tar.xz

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#30 2013-07-28 17:00:08

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

firekage wrote:

sudo pacman -Syuu

Just for the record, no. A standard full-system upgrade is performed using the following:

# pacman -Syu

The extra 'u' is not needed (and probably not wanted) in most cases.

All the best,

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#31 2013-07-28 20:12:02

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

Thank you for your answers smile

BtW:

graysky wrote:
firekage wrote:

Sorry for nobish question, but i'm still learning the Arch way. You updated this with pacman switches (sudo pacman -Syuu), and you found trouble with upgrading. How would you try to revert back changes, for old kernel version or how you upgraded it again to a much newer version than the one that caused problems?

/var/cache/pacman/pkg contains older packages until you deleted them.

# pacman -U /var/cache/pacman/pkg/package.pkg.tar.xz

So, i think that the safest way is to not delete it.

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#32 2013-07-28 20:54:23

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

firekage wrote:

Thank you for your answers smile

BtW:

graysky wrote:
firekage wrote:

Sorry for nobish question, but i'm still learning the Arch way. You updated this with pacman switches (sudo pacman -Syuu), and you found trouble with upgrading. How would you try to revert back changes, for old kernel version or how you upgraded it again to a much newer version than the one that caused problems?

/var/cache/pacman/pkg contains older packages until you deleted them.

# pacman -U /var/cache/pacman/pkg/package.pkg.tar.xz

So, i think that the safest way is to not delete it.


You can use paccache to selectively clean your cache and only remove the oldest $n packages (default is 3).


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#33 2013-07-31 16:04:50

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

This installation was so new and syslinux demanded that I have a separate /boot partition that I didn't have my /boot entry in /etc/fstab.


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#34 2013-08-21 16:28:21

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Re: [Solved again] Updated to linux-3.10.8; Can no longer boot

Well, it looks like this issue has cropped up for me again with 3.10.8. Does anyone have an idea of why this is happening?

[Edit]: Problem gone again with 3.10.9…

All the best,

-HG

Last edited by HalosGhost (2013-08-21 17:01:04)


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