Woke up this morning and thought I’d update my Manjaro running on MacBook Pro (~2012). I thought it would be painless as my last update was recent. I should have just left well enough alone. I pressed Commit, watched the update proceed, looked away for a second, and when I looked back I just had a blank screen with an underscore cursor. It didn’t respond to keystrokes so I rebooted. Now I’m stuck at this screen:
For future references, reading the announcements is always a good thing prior to making the “update click”
A few relevant posts for your actual issue:
Thanks. How do I get to a command line so I can type that?
To go to TTY2 press CTRL+ALT+F2
TTY3 press CTRL+ALT+F3
And so on, but if that fails for some reason on a MacBook Pro, simply try to boot in runlevel 3 by hitting e at grub selection and then adding a
3 to boot options near ‘quiet’.
Thanks again for your extremely quick reply. I’ll try that. Have a great day!
I’m up and running again. The solution was what @bogdancovaciu suggested, plus this: https://forum.manjaro.org/t/manjaro-stuck-on-boot-screen-libidn2-so-4-missing/72999/28?u=gknauth