Ubuntu on Lenovo x61s

Joel Rees joel.rees at gmail.com
Fri Sep 4 11:26:39 UTC 2015

2015/09/03 21:43 "Peter" <petergoggin at bigpond.com>:
> I  have ubuntu installed on an Lenovo x61s laptop.
> Yesterday the systembooted and worked without any proble.
> Today it boots as far as asking for the encryption password.

Are you sure you are giving it the right password here?

BTW, what parts of your file system are encrypted?

> It then comesup with
>  BusyBox v1.21.1 {Ubuntu 1:1.21.0-1ubuntu1)built - in shelol (as)
> enter help for list of built in commands
> (initramfs)
> What does this mean and how can I get the system to complete booting?

It usually means the boot process can't find the partition and directory
where essential programs like the shell are kept.

Joel Rees

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