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#1 2020-01-10 08:38:14

speerwerfer
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Registered: 2020-01-10
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Kernel panic after system crash during update

Hello,

i am a Arch Linux Beginner :-)

Yesterday my system is frozen while an update was in progress. Now I have a kernel panic when I restart the system. The Message is:

 /usr/lib/lipip4tc.so.2 file to short 

Correct!? The size ist 0Byte. iptables was included in the update, so it fits

Now I have started a live CD and I am chrooted.

pacman -S iptables

does not work. The Message: "Failed to commit transaction (conflicting files)" and then a long list of files follows.

The size of /var/lib/pacman/local/iptables-version/files is also 0Bytes.

pacman -S iptable --overwrite

requires another parameter - but I'm not sure. Can someone tell me the correct command? Or what else should I do?

greetings

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#2 2020-01-10 09:36:20

V1del
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Re: Kernel panic after system crash during update

Overwrite requires a glob pattern, like you might've already used in file manipulations in the shell for the example you gave you'd use

pacman -S iptables --overwrite usr/lib/lipip4tc.so.2

if there are more in that directory you can match on multiple hits with e.g.

pacman -S  iptables --overwrite usr/lib/libpip*

or similar.

Post the actual output you get if you don't manage to do it. You can use a pastebin client to paste from the live system: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Li … in_clients

Last edited by V1del (2020-01-10 09:36:42)

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#3 2020-01-10 18:08:33

speerwerfer
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Re: Kernel panic after system crash during update

here are the result of pacman -S  iptables --overwrite=usr/*

http://ix.io/272F

What means "Arming ConditionNeedsUpdate..."

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#4 2020-01-10 18:47:52

speerwerfer
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Re: Kernel panic after system crash during update

OK, this three packages were affected: iptables, mesa & libedit.

I reinstalled all three packages with this command:

pacman -S libedit --overwrite=usr/*

After a new start, i was in a rescue console. I had a problem with systemd.

After

pacman -S systemd

the system started up normally.

Should I check something now?

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