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Thread: New 3.7.0 kernel is soon here

  1. #21
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    Re: New 3.7.0 kernel is soon here

    Boot amd64 doesn't, Nov 16 zsync'd iso dd'd to USB.

    Code:
    Busybox
    /mount: mounting aufs on /root failed.
    No such device
    aufs mount failed
    So in busy box I did an ls and there root is along with a bunch of other directories.

    ?

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    Re: New 3.7.0 kernel is soon here

    I have been getting this error for the last few days...AMD64...so it's not just me.
    cheap hardware....LOTS of it

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    Re: New 3.7.0 kernel is soon here

    The kernel 3.7.0-2 is working very well for me. have a look; http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2084921

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    Re: New 3.7.0 kernel is soon here

    Package linux 3.7.0-2.8-amd64
    Worked for me in Lubuntu amd64 13.04 current 20121116.
    Interesting Lubuntu spins come in later than Ubuntu
    Ubuntu 16-Nov-2012 08:35
    Lubuntu 16-Nov-2012 17:32
    Boot Info Script
    Ubuntu User number is # 32763
    Linux User number is # 527179

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    Re: New 3.7.0 kernel is soon here

    Both the 3.7 kernels have had problems with my CR-48. When they begin to boot, the video mode doesn't change properly and I'm stuck at a black screen forever instead of seeing plymouth and lightdm (and alt-Fx appears to have no effect).

    Now here's the really bad part: After this happens, on every subsequent boot... even after completely powering off... the system will no longer see it's primary hd/ssd. All reboots tell me there's no bootable device.

    The only way to recover is to go in to the BIOS and reload the optimal defaults. Then - it will see the SSD on the next boot.

    I *can* get 3.7 to boot up successfully, if I hold the shift key during boot and let the boot process halt on the grub screen for a few seconds.

    3.5 has/had no problems.

    Odd, huh?

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    Re: New 3.7.0 kernel is soon here

    Nov 17 daily build did boot and did install, amd64 that is. At least Nov 16, 15, 14, ... did not. Nov 8 did.

    Why re-install? the partition space used was

    3262656 after a week of apt-get update, dist-upgrade, clean, autoclean, autoremove, and then make sure any old linux-images and linux headers were removed.

    2799492 after new install and first update, dist-upgrade.

    463164 bytes of left over stuff I couldn't find in the updated one that's not in the new install.

    ?

    Yes, I know I've got disk space, it just is of interest there's almost half a MB laying around doing nothing....

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