Can't boot 14.04
jf_byrnes at comcast.net
Sun Nov 6 17:03:28 UTC 2016
On 11/06/2016 10:08 AM, Liam Proven wrote:
> On 6 November 2016 at 14:16, Jim Byrnes <jf_byrnes at comcast.net> wrote:
>> Right now I am booted to 12.04 on the same machine. What do I need to do to
>> fix the problem?
> If you press Ctrl+Alt+F1 on the login screen, do you get a console and
> a login prompt?
> If so, log in there, and then you can try:
> sudo apt install -f
OK, did this but it did not fix the problem.
> If you have an internet connection, you can also do:
> sudo apt update
> sudo apt full-upgrade
I am always unsure of the results of this command. Does this do the same
thing as letting the software-updater do an update?
> Then press Ctrl+Alt+Del to reboot.
> If that doesn't fix things, go to the console again, and try removing
> the nVidia driver. There are a whole flurry of posts of people
> reporting problems with the latest nVidia driver.
This is from the sys.log:
Nov 5 08:47:46 Jims-1404 kernel: [ 1543.963922] NVRM: API mismatch: the
client has the version 304.132, but
Nov 5 08:47:46 Jims-1404 kernel: [ 1543.963922] NVRM: this kernel
module has the version 304.131. Please
Nov 5 08:47:46 Jims-1404 kernel: [ 1543.963922] NVRM: make sure that
this kernel module and all NVIDIA driver
Nov 5 08:47:46 Jims-1404 kernel: [ 1543.963922] NVRM: components have
the same version.
So if this is the problem do I purge the nvidia driver?
So if I do that I assume I will re-boot to some low res driver and the
try to install the nvidia driver. But which one .131 or .132 or will the
installer pick the right one.
I'm a little bit lost here as I have never had this problem before.
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