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RE: After upgrade no bootup.


I got stuck.

Booted with Knoppix.
I mounted and chroot'ed into /mnt/hda1
Ran aptitude purge yaird.
Instantly aptitude offered me the choose to downgrade to testing, which
should solve the dependencies, so I accepted this choose

In the links you gave, you mentioned you got at least the initramfs-tools
installed. Never used it though.
Well, problem is: can't get eth0 up.
Do I have to mount my proc system somehow. Or do I have to get a newer
Knoppix (uses 2.6.9)?

Probably last answer?

Thx, Pascal.

-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: Andrei Popescu [mailto:andreimp@rdslink.ro] 
Verzonden: woensdag 14 december 2005 20:19
Aan: debian-user@lists.debian.org
Onderwerp: Re: After upgrade no bootup.

pascal@deception.nl wrote:

> Today I upgraded my system.
> It wouldn't boot up. Instead it give me this error:
> Waiting 2 seconds /sys/block/hda/dev to show up.
> /bin/cat:/sys/block/hda/dev: no such file or directory.
> Is this fixable or do I have to set up my complete system again? Hope not.
> Pascal.
Here is what worked for me:


post your steps if you get stuck


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