Updating Linux 414


#20

So just in case I’m gonna wait a few more hours as maybe the updates might be working in the background so after a few hours I’ll reboot it and what should I try first the advanced.method or trying to boot it up normally


#21

First try normally. If that does not work try the advanced -> Fallback kernel, if you don’t have another kernel installed.


#22

What could be the percentage of.it working and not


#23

My bet is 50/50, since you don’t know if the update finished or not. :slight_smile:


#24

Is there a possibility of the update working behind the screen


#25

No, if the caps lock light is not working, the computer is frozen.


#26

What’s your percentage of my PC working after reboot


#27

Unknown.


#28

Just hope this works


#29

So if I reformat my system and this happens again what should I do cuz is clearly did not do anything while my computer was updating I just left it please give me future suggestions


#30

Sh1t happens, read the forum:


#31

It’s stuck here


#32

Just out of curiosity what version is your install media .iso and how long was it between updates?


#33

It was 330 mb


#34

I’m getting this


#35

330 MB is not an install media from Manjaro. They don’t come that small.
What ISO did you use?


#36

I don’t know cuz I’m a newbie and what should I do if I got to that picture is


#37

Please help strit if u know what to do ur a good helper from my side


#38

Download a new ISO from manjaro.org , write it with Etcher to a USB stick, boot it and finally use manjaro-chroot as said above.


#39

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