What happened to my Manjaro?

Last night I installed Anbox and Anbox modules. Since Anbox did not start, I decided to restart the laptop. after loading Grub I saw this message:

(Picture of error)

Can anyone help me fix this error?

so were you able to boot, or you get stuck on the screen?
if you are able to boot, remove anbox+modules, reboot and see if it helped
if you are stuck, try entering tty - press ctrl+alt+f2 - or f1-f6 keys and uninstall them from there
do you have a different kernel installed? try booting with it

I can’t get access to the command line :frowning:


do you have installed different kernel than the 5.15? if yes boot with it…
if you have installed only this one, you have to boot into manjaro usb, and chroot from there and uninstall the anbox/ and possibly reinstall kernel…
when you are in manjaro usb live session, let me know, we will continue

I launched Manjaro. What next?

connect to internet, open terminal and chroot:
manjaro-chroot -a
if there are no errors run this:
pacman-mirrors --fasttrack 5 && pacman -Syyu
if no errors post output from:
grep installed /var/log/pacman.log | tail -50

[manjaro /]# grep installed /var/log/pacman.log | tail -50
[2022-09-30T17:17:39+0300] [ALPM] reinstalled libtool (2.4.7-5)
[2022-09-30T17:17:39+0300] [ALPM] reinstalled texinfo (6.8-2)
[2022-09-30T17:17:39+0300] [ALPM] reinstalled make (4.3-3)
[2022-09-30T17:17:39+0300] [ALPM] reinstalled manjaro-keyring (20220514-2)
[2022-09-30T17:17:41+0300] [ALPM] reinstalled patch (2.7.6-8)
[2022-09-30T17:17:41+0300] [ALPM] reinstalled pkgconf (1.8.0-1)
[2022-09-30T17:17:41+0300] [ALPM] reinstalled sudo (1.9.11.p3-1)
[2022-09-30T17:17:41+0300] [ALPM] reinstalled which (2.21-5)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed cpio (2.13-2)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed xmlto (0.0.28-4)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-pytz (2022.1-1)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-babel (2.10.3-1)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-imagesize (1.4.1-2)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-snowballstemmer (2.2.0-3)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinx-alabaster-theme (0.7.12-9)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinxcontrib-applehelp (1.0.2-8)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinxcontrib-devhelp (1.0.2-8)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinxcontrib-htmlhelp (2.0.0-3)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinxcontrib-jsmath (1.0.1-11)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinxcontrib-qthelp (1.0.3-8)
[2022-09-30T17:38:00+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinxcontrib-serializinghtml (1.1.5-3)
[2022-09-30T17:38:01+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinx (5.1.1-1)
[2022-09-30T17:38:01+0300] [ALPM] installed python-sphinx_rtd_theme (1.0.0-5)
[2022-09-30T17:38:01+0300] [ALPM] installed t1lib (5.1.2-8)
[2022-09-30T17:38:01+0300] [ALPM] installed ffcall (2.4-2)
[2022-09-30T17:38:01+0300] [ALPM] installed libsigsegv (2.14-1)
[2022-09-30T17:38:01+0300] [ALPM] installed zziplib (0.13.72-1)
[2022-09-30T17:38:01+0300] [ALPM] installed texlive-bin (2022.62885-1)
[2022-09-30T17:38:06+0300] [ALPM] installed texlive-core (2022.63035-1)
[2022-09-30T17:38:06+0300] [ALPM] installed perl-file-which (1.27-2)
[2022-09-30T17:38:07+0300] [ALPM] installed texlive-latexextra (2022.63034-1)
[2022-09-30T17:47:54+0300] [ALPM] installed boost (1.79.0-1)
[2022-09-30T17:47:54+0300] [ALPM] installed gtest (1.12.1-1)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed perl-xml-namespacesupport (1.12-4)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed perl-xml-sax-base (1.09-4)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed perl-xml-sax (1.02-1)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed perl-xml-sax-expat (0.51-7)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed perl-sgmls (1:1.1-9)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed sgml-common (0.6.3-8)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed opensp (1.5.2-9)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed openjade (1.3.2-7)
[2022-09-30T17:49:15+0300] [ALPM] installed docbook2x (0.8.8-18)
[2022-09-30T18:06:33+0300] [ALPM] installed lxc-git (lxc.
[2022-09-30T18:26:20+0300] [ALPM] installed anbox-image (1:2018.07.19-1)
[2022-09-30T20:01:09+0300] [ALPM] installed libcpufeatures (0.7.0-2)
[2022-09-30T20:02:14+0300] [ALPM] installed properties-cpp (0.0.2-1)
[2022-09-30T20:02:54+0300] [ALPM] installed doxygen (1.9.3-1)
[2022-09-30T20:03:53+0300] [ALPM] installed sdbus-cpp (1.2.0-2)
[2022-09-30T20:12:39+0300] [ALPM] installed anbox-git (1:r1364.7a0bee7-1)
[2022-09-30T20:44:05+0300] [ALPM] installed anbox-modules-dkms (5.19-1)
[manjaro /]#


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oh, thanks!

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you installed a lot of things yesterday, not only anbox…
so remove anbox:
pamac remove anbox-git anbox-modules-dkms
if no errors reinstall kernel:
pamac -S linux515
and install a backup kernel:
pamac -S linux510
if everything went well, exit chroot:
reboot and see if it helped - if you are not able to boot with 515, try the 510 kernel

how to switch kernels?

so it didnt work with the 515 kernek?
do you have a grub menu shown during boot? if not tap during booting esc, if it doesnt work tap shift, and if the grub menu appears, you select the kernel in advanced options … if there is no grub menu, we will edit it in chroot

ok, but i just asking

so you didnt try it yet? so if you are still in chroot, open this:
nano /etc/default/grub
and edit this line to look like this:
its the third line from top, save the file with: ctrl+x, update grub:
exit chroot: exit
reboot, and now you will have grub menu

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omg, thank you!

you booted with the 515 kernel?

How can i check it?

for example, run: uname -r


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