you have to boot with a live-cd / live-usb
Would you mind terribly taking the time to give me a quick "how-to" on 'chroot' to do this. I'd very much appreciate it.
I don't think you need to chroot. Just boot to a liveCD and mount the partition. Then run then symlink the file posted previously. It should be able to boot now.
check this post:
..although you may have to change your directory name a bit..dont run the command with "(change to what you have)", just take it out, its like a comment..lol..am i babbling too much?
edit: why did i forget to add link?
Did you forget to add the link to the post ? ?
I did, my apologies . . . thanks!
Boot using instructions from Steve in the bug report. The easiest is to use a live CD.
(to see your partitions)
sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt
(where /dev/sda1 is your boot partition)
sudo chroot /mnt
sudo ln -s /lib/libply-boot-client.so.2.0.0 /lib/libplybootclient.so.2
sudo reboot now
Thanks Rob2687 for the quickfix and Vanishing for finding the bug report.