Am Dienstag, 23. April 2013 schrieb Brad Alexander:
> That is interesting. I have a similar setup on my workstation:initramfs was corrupted because of the filesystem.
> /dev/sda2 ext4 964532 59380 856156 7% /boot
> With the rest of the filesystems in an encrypted LVM container. I built
> (rebuilt) this machine a couple of years ago, and have never had an
> issue...To include power failures where the machine did not power down
> Could it have been a problem with your SSD, e.g. a bad spot, or could the
> initramfs have been corrupted on write?
> Do you have other kernels installed? (I usually keep, at a minimum, theYeah, my fault. I had had two kernels, but some weeks ago I deleted one.
> current one and the last one.)
However with ext4 everything went fine - until today....
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