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revised Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. Boot error on Fedora
add some `root=` parameter usage
Feb
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comment How do I find out how my currently Linux kernel was configured
If you're using Red Hat family (Red Hat, Fedora, CentOS) or Debian, there're config files in /boot directory. grep CONFIG_COREDUMP /boot/config-4.3.5-300.fc23.x86_64 --> CONFIG_COREDUMP=y
Jan
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comment Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. Boot error on Fedora
@mattdm, bug filed. https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1298127
Jan
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comment Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. Boot error on Fedora
@mattdm, I haven't file a bug yet, I'll file it now. One reason I haven't file it is I can't 100% reproduce this issue -- it works ok on my another PC machine, another reason is I'm focusing on other bugs now (can't suspend laptop in 1 shot, i must suspend twice to actually suspend it. this issue started from kernel 4.0 to kernel 4.1.3, kernel 4.1.4-200.fc22 fixed this, but after upgraded to fedora 23, it occurs again).
Jan
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revised Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. Boot error on Fedora
grub2-install in fedora 23 seems don't caused this issue, not sure if it's fixed in fedora 22, but better to remove it
Jan
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comment Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. Boot error on Fedora
@mayautobot, you're listing (hd0,gpt1)/, but your $root said it's (hd0,gpt2)/, you need to check which partition is your /boot partition, if there's no dedicated /boot partition, it may be just a directory in (lvm/fedora-root).
Jan
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answered Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. Boot error on Fedora
Jan
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comment Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. Boot error on Fedora
I encountered same issue each time I updated/reinstalled grub2-efi package or reinstalled grub2-efi via grub2-install command
Jan
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comment Minimal BASH like line editing is supported. Boot error on Fedora
Does your machine use EFI?
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comment Why am I still getting a password prompt with ssh with public key authentication?
I have same issue. Yesterday, I issued rsync -av ./root/ root@THE_HOST:/root to upload some files from my local working directory, then, this issue occurs (in fact, at first I didn't notice it. After cron jobs in other hosts fails in the next morning, I started digging the reason). The rsync -av ./root/ root@THE_HOST:/root command changed the owner and permission of the /root directory of the remote host. Fixed the permission, problem solved.
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comment Cannot start Wifi Hotspot from Fedora 20 - MATE but works on GNOME
in my experience (after search a lots web pages), you need to turn wifi off in NetworkManager, then execute rfkill unblock wifi, then start hostapd. The reason is wpa_supplicant is fighting with hostapd for seizing the wireless device. >> nl80211: Failed to set interface wlp3s0 into AP mod
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