I think I did something to the kernal by mistake. And now I am facing this error while trying to boot. I read many threads about this error and I know I need to use a live usb and use chroot. The problem is I currently don’t have a live usb and I can’t make one because this is my primary laptop. All I have is grub command line and gparted on a usb. What can I do to fix this problem.?
Ask a friend to prepare a live ISO for you. You probably interupted update process, right?
If I had this option, I wouldn’t have posted the problem here :\
I took an old laptop with broken screen and connected it to External screen and it worked! I was able to make a live usb and solved the problem.
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