Re: What happened to debian - does "stable" keep having any meaning?
Chris Bannister wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 06:53:38PM +0100, Geronimo wrote:
> > I had the same issue when squeeze was testing and I reported it to this
> > ML.
> Mmmm, so there is an already known issue.
Last time I changed the fs-type from ext3 to ext4 and restored the system from
tarball, so it might be possible, that I did a mistake during that step.
I was recommended to setup a fresh system - and I followed that advice.
... and I was already used to patch grub.cfg after each update, that caused a
But this time a patch of grub.cfg did not bring the system back into play.
> So in reality, it is not really a Debian issue.
Hm, don't understand that.
If a debian stable system is unbootable after update - is that a debian issue?
I did not change anything respect to hardware.
by the way: I looked at output from smartctrl of the system disk, which has an
age of less than one year:
power cycle count: 641
power on hours: 3075
> Have you considered taking this up with upstream?
Don't know - what do you want me to do?
> If you know the fix, of course:
No, as I stated before: I have no idea of system internals like boot process.