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#1 2018-09-28 04:28:33

aleksozolins
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Modules are a different version from Kernel [SOLVED]

Hello friends,

I'm installing Arch on my new X1 Carbon Thinkpad (gen6). It all goes smooth as per the wiki, but by the time I ch-root into the install, the modules are a different version than the base I installed and I'm not sure why. I've installed 4.18.5 kernel (I believe) and the modules are listed as version 4.18.9. When I reboot I lose modules and don't have internet. I've tried updating the kernel with sudo pacman -S linux before the reboot, and it does list 4.18.9 as a newer version, but it doesn't seem to make the change.

added note: I did install a version of Manjaro previously that used the newer kernel, but I did reformat the drive, so I'm not sure how that could have an effect.

Any and all help is appreciated!

Aleks

Last edited by aleksozolins (2018-09-28 05:41:24)

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#2 2018-09-28 04:49:45

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Re: Modules are a different version from Kernel [SOLVED]

Sounds like you messed up mounting /boot during a kernel upgrade.

Please paste your exact steps, your partition layout and the contents of /boot.


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#3 2018-09-28 05:41:05

aleksozolins
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Re: Modules are a different version from Kernel [SOLVED]

As it stands the problem was completely unrelated. There was no problem with the install actually, but I was failing to start the network correctly after reboot. Thank you for your time.

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