Re: Got totally messed up with Debian Unstable
On Monday 14 November 2005 10:58 am, All Nicks Are Taken wrote:
> A few of days ago I decided I want to upgrade my Sarge to Sid (unstable)
> and so I did (changed the apt sources list, as I've read in some article.)
> Couple of days ago everything worked fine, absolutely no problems; a clean
> shutdown with nothing suspicious.
> Yesterday I booted up my PC and to my surprise, everything was messed up.
> At first, I could see GDM wasn't loaded, and later I descovered that no
> partitions have been mounted except the / partition; then, I also found
> that no network is up and some modules haven't been loaded. The messages at
> the booting stage contained lots of errors...
> I tried to mount the /usr partition manually, and it went fine. also all
> the partitions I mounted manually were ok, and all the data on the HD was
> ok, including /boot (and lilo.)
> But I really don't know what to do now... Something like this has never
> happend to me.
> Here is my 'dmesg' output:
> Any idea what can I do now? I'm pretty clewless...
As an addendum to my previous reply, you'll most likely have to manually do an
'ifup eth0' (if using an ethernet connection) as well as manually mount your
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