[lubuntu-users] What happened?? kernel not upgrading during dist-upgrade in kinetic??
este.el.paz at gmail.com
Tue Sep 20 16:53:36 UTC 2022
Top posting, with impunity!!
So, I got a hint over on Discourse to "check the grub EFI menu" . . . and
once I figured out how to do that, indeed, Lubuntu was listing itself as
"19.10" and set to be booting 5.13 . . . took some more time to figure out
how to edit that data, to the correct wording for the kernel . . . and that
did seem to boot Lubuntu to 5.19!!!
Only "problem" seems to be that when I'm booted in Lubuntu the Discourse
site loads as a white page . . . of whiteness. I'll have to reboot into a
non-Lu system to get it to load . . . .
So far now it seems like the solution has been invoked . . . .
On Fri, Sep 16, 2022 at 5:58 PM Fritz Hudnut <este.el.paz at gmail.com> wrote:
> Well, good question . . . based upon which system is the "problematic"
> one. The Lubuntu install is one of the first that went on this machine . .
> . on the OEM HDD. The grub handler is TW, and that also is fairly "old" .
> . . neither one of them is "test" per se . . . or ALL of them are. Way
> back before I understood that I shouldn't let each install have a grub
> file, when I had a problem I would just do a fresh install, which would
> then freshen grub list and I'd be "OK" until the next fresh "bootloader"
> install, etc.
> Then I figured out (with the help of a forum slap upside the head) that
> only one system should handle grub. The "wild card" in this is that ubuntu
> seems to have decided that it doesn't want to relinquish grub control, it
> keeps some strings attached . . . and I have two ubuntu based systems
> installed now, Lu & LM . . . .
> So, based upon knowing what has happened in the recent past when
> installing ubuntu, I'd somewhat like to avoid installing Lubuntu again . .
> . . But, I have been considering a fresh install of TW into an SSD for "/"
> and that might tidy everybody else up in the process . . . ???
> On Fri, Sep 16, 2022 at 3:45 PM Nio Wiklund <nio.wiklund at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi again Fritz,
>> Is the problematic system your main system or 'only' a test system? If a
>> test system you might just reinstall it to get rid of the problem.
>> Best regards
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