Can't boot after an update
gentgerman at gmail.com
Fri Dec 12 16:24:32 UTC 2014
Hi Israel. The links you were providing me dealing with removing catalyst drivers and last message on the terminal during the boot is 'virtual Ethernet', so I guess problem with VMware. I just tried to make a log file, but failed.
Dmesg > ~/dmesg.log
Bash: /root/dmesg.log: read-only file system
How do I write to the file system? I am also not sure how to transfer the log file to my tablet if I am able to generate the file. All ideas are greatly appreciated. Thanks
Israel <israeldahl at gmail.com> wrote:
>On 12/11/2014 08:16 PM, German wrote:
>> Thanks for being with me, Israel. OK, that's what I did... I went to recovery mode - resume-resume normal boot so I can see now the boot sequence. It hangs on 'virtual Ethernet', I have VMware installed. I have athlon 5350 apu, 64-bit, so radeon 3R video chip in it. I am using proprietary catalyst drivers. Latest lubuntu lts 14.04.01. So I guess that is VMware issue and probably it conflicts with catalyst drivers. What would you do next? Thanks a bunch
>I'm going to give you a couple of links. I don't know much about
>VMWare, I use Virtual Box. But I think it would be good to check and see
>if there is an issue with the AMD drivers first.
>It would be nice to have the log file to look at, so see what is really
>happening. I can't remember if this was already suggested to you...
>So, from your terminal type:
>dmesg > ~/dmesg.log
>This will save the output of the kernel messages to a log file called
>dmesg.log in your home directory. If you are able to then attach this
>file that would be helpful. This will show what is happening in the
>boot process so we can look at the things before it hangs up
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