|FROM ||Ruben Safir via artix-general
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [Hangout - NYLXS] [artix-general] reboot errors after update
for the first time, I did an update and the computer couldn't reboot.
It claimed, that is grub claimed, not to be able to find vzlinux to boot
I rebooted with a opensuse image in recovery and looks it over. It was
sitting there on the drive where it belonged. I looked at the
/etc/grub.d entries and they looked ok
I then rebooted and it found everything. I know this report isn't that
helpful, but it seemed that everything fixed itself as if by magic.
I tried to run grubimstall or whatever it is, but it didn't find the
images since it was hand mounted on the rescue image.
I'm just putting it out there. That is all I know.
It is hard to do an update and not be able to reboot.
Also is it still hanging between haveg and syslogng
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