[lubuntu-users] New kernel seems to kill lubuntu in Vbox vm
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Tue Jan 23 12:55:23 UTC 2018
[Note: It is an older version of Vbox involved (5.0.40)
That is due to complications on Openindiana regarding installing
recent vbox versions.]
I've been trying to setup lubuntu as guest in a vbox vm on an
openindiana host (solaris x86 11 off-shoot).
I've run quite a few vms on this oi host some for a good while like
debian and ubuntu which are currently shut down but in working order.
With the lubuntu 17.10: It seems that an `aptitude full-upgrade' has
installed a new kernel... (version 126.96.36.199-generic) not sure what
all else but several pkgs.
The new initrd's were generated during the upgrade.
On a reboot called by the software updater when I ran it, the vm
In the last few hours, I've started from scratch 3 times, each time I
managed a running lubuntu install but after running `full-upgrade'
each of them had this same total failure.
The log referenced in the attached screenshot is 3200 lines long and I
did not recognize a single line that seemed to be useful without
intimate knowledge of the workings of vbox.
If anyone wants to see it I will post it.
Can anyone give guidance?... are others seeing problem with new kernel
Backing up to the previous kernel 188.8.131.52-generic allows the login
screen to appear but once logged in it goes to a black screen with no
buttons on the bottom panel that seems to be frozen and completely
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