[ubuntu-studio-users] Help with upgrade to Ubuntu Studio 16.04

Henry W. Peters hwpeters at jamadots.com
Mon Aug 8 17:34:24 UTC 2016

>> On Aug 8, 2016, at 7:52 AM, Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net> wrote:
>> On Fri, 5 Aug 2016 19:07:47 -0400, Henry W. Peters wrote:
>> :[sdd] No caching mode found
>> :[sdd] Assuming drive cache write through.
> Actually this should just be warnings. After you get those messages, it
> doesn't continue startup?

Hi Ralf, thanks for reply.

No, it just hangs up there... (actually, it goes to some other kind of terminal from a time out, if memory serves.

So apparently the install did not destroy my uefi file (I have had this happen, can't even boot Windows then), grub loads, but then goes either to the state mentioned, or I can go to the Windows boot manager, & Windows.

> Regards,
> Ralf

> It could be your entries in fstab. If they refer to the UUID of a partition, and that UUID has changed, but fstab is now out of date, it would need updating with the correct UUID. You can find these out by using gparted, perhaps run from a live DVD.
> David King

Hi David, thanks also for reply.
 No, nothing has changed in my setups except a newer version of U.S. (if I understand you correctly), I did the upgrade from with in my previous version of Ubuntu (perhaps living dangerously, but I did check on the Ubuntu Studio web site, & saw no warning, or caution against doing this, i.e., do a fresh install, as has been the case, sometimes in the past).
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