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Old 04-25-2011, 05:35 AM   #16
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Looks like I messed up again....I removed them and now get an error message at start up, but after a few seconds it loads and starts. I checked all updates and no broken packages in synaptic manager...any suggestions, or is a re-load needed?
Hello. If you have removed some old kernels, and can still boot into Linux, did you then run this:


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sudo update-grub
Updating your grub should show a nice list of the various kernels and other OS'es if any on your hard drive.
 
Old 04-25-2011, 07:49 AM   #17
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Hi...I upgraded to 10.10 and solved the start issue, Thanks to all who helped. Garth
 
Old 04-25-2011, 03:55 PM   #18
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I told u should read on grub to make sure u didn't delete important files...... everything in linux is not quick fix... what u would have learned would have been valuable...... might have figured out you can do more then just install ubuntu again.... next time internet for install dual boot with windows and go terminal and type man grub... what if u would have forgotten to tell us something important and wiped out your windows partition....

I sure hope forbid sake u made windows backup dice....

Later...
 
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I told u should read on grub to make sure u didn't delete important files...... everything in linux is not quick fix... what u would have learned would have been valuable...... might have figured out you can do more then just install ubuntu again.... next time internet for install dual boot with windows and go terminal and type man grub... what if u would have forgotten to tell us something important and wiped out your windows partition....

I sure hope forbid sake u made windows backup dice....

Later...
May I ask how he should have wiped out his Windows installation with removing kernels via his package-manager?
This was not a grub issue at all, it was a package management problem.
 
  


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