10.04 rc update problems
g.lip at gmx.com
Tue Apr 27 05:37:25 UTC 2010
On 04/27/2010 11:28 AM, NoOp wrote:
> Goh Lip wrote:
>> On 04/27/2010 05:03 AM, NoOp wrote:
>>> When finished with that, continue to normal login. That also will put
>>> you in text mode. However that's normal. Enter your username& password,
>>> $ sudo apt-get upgrade&& sudo apt-get update
>>> $ sudo apt-get install -f
>>> $ sudo dpkg --configure -a
>>> $ sudo update-grub
>>> $ sudo reboot
>>> Boot into the standard kernel (not recovery mode)& see if all is
>>> workiing now.
>> Kjetil, Noop's suggestion is a good one. But you can also do the above
>> at text mode without going to recovery mode too, (that is, if you cannot
>> get to the grub menu to go to the recovery mode).
> Actually I've found that the above _sometimes_ works with a standard
> text console mode. However, going to recovery mode seems to pull in more
> As an added note: I've a system that is now exhibiting the same exact
> same issue. I've dpkg (recovery), boot into standard& get the same etc.
> In any event it's not a grub issue... I suspect it is (in my case) a
> nouveau video driver issue& will report back when/if I figure it out.
> Waiting... "Please hold"... "Please hold... your call is very important
> to us"... "Please hold"..
> Yep... that was the issue on my system.
> $ sudo apt-get purge xserver-xorg-video-nouveau
> $ sudo reboot
> and the system rebooted just fine.
> I of course still have other issues yet to be resolved... but I reckon I
> can figure out those now that I can boot back into the updated system :-)
That's what I thought and uninstalled nouveau too, refer my bug report
But there is a 'sort of' duplicate in
where this was finally sorted out as a plymouth issue.(by early march)
So I don't recommend you uninstall nouveau. I had a thread in
kubuntu-user list too there. But it's okay to refer to above bug report.
Good luck - Goh Lip
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