recovering from a failed libc6 upgrade
On Mon, 25 Nov 2002, Randolph Chung wrote:
> It is an unfortunate fact that failed glibc upgrades are often not easy
> to recover from, since most anything on the system depend on it. Your
> best bet probably is to try to boot a 2.4.19 kernel if you can.
How? I cannot load one from floppy, since we don't have floppy support.
> Or, you may have some success booting into sash and running dpkg manually to
> downgrade glibc.
That's not installed by default, is it?
I tried passing init=/bin/sash by adding it on the fly using IPL. Fails.
The kernel still says it tried killing init.
Any help is appreciated.
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