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    UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    I've waited quite some time before upgrading to Hardy.. heck, I barely had Gutsy running good after finally getting Feisty all worked out! But now I've got...

    "init rc-default main process (5731) killed be SEGV signal"

    after upgrading! I'm assuming it might have something to do with my nvidia drivers? I always seem to have problems with them. But just in case it's not the drivers, any other ideas? Thanks!!

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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    What is your hardware configuration?
    cmn

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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    Quote Originally Posted by andyho View Post
    I've waited quite some time before upgrading to Hardy.. heck, I barely had Gutsy running good after finally getting Feisty all worked out! But now I've got...

    "init rc-default main process (5731) killed be SEGV signal"

    after upgrading! I'm assuming it might have something to do with my nvidia drivers? I always seem to have problems with them. But just in case it's not the drivers, any other ideas? Thanks!!
    Did you go the upgrade route or did you do a clean install? I recommend a clean install as it is faster and less likely to give errors.
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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    Quote Originally Posted by stchman View Post
    Did you go the upgrade route or did you do a clean install? I recommend a clean install as it is faster and less likely to give errors.
    No, of course I went the upgrade route.. UGH! My own dumbness there...

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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    Ok.. so here's EXACTLY what I get at bootup..

    *Setting the system clock
    Segmentation fault
    *Loading kernel modules... [OK]
    *Loading manual drivers... [OK]
    *Setting kernel variables...
    *Activating swap...
    ...done.
    mount: you must specify the filesystem type
    *Cannot check root file system because it is not mounted read-only
    Segmentation fault
    *Starting early crypto disks... [OK]
    *Starting remaining crypto disks... [OK]
    *Checking file systems...
    1207
    fsck 1.40.8 (13-Mar-2008)
    [OK]
    Segmentation fault
    Segmentation faultfilesystems...
    [OK]
    *Activating swapfile swap... [OK}
    *Checking minimum space in /tmp... [OK]
    *Skipping firewall: ufw(not enabled)... [OK]
    *Configuring Network interfaces... [OK]
    init:rc-default main process (5254) killed by SEGV signal


    So is it that I have a bad mount point??

    CMNORTON: How can I get my hardware configuration to all show? I tried lshw, but I could only see part of it.

    If I kill X-server I can log in.. so I'm hoping it's something that's still fixable!!

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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    Even more info... I've tried booting into other kernel's but no such luck there. However, I did just get this to show up..

    *Checking root file system...
    1207
    ...fail!
    *An automatic file system check (fsck) of the root filesystem failed. A manual fsck must be perfomed, then the system restarted.
    The fsck should be performed in maintenance mode with the root filesystem mounted in read-only mode.
    *The root filesystem is currently mounted in read-only mode.
    A maintenance shell will now be started.
    After performing system maintenance. press ctrl+d to terminate the maintenance shell and restart the system.
    bash: no job control in the shell
    bash: groups: command not found
    bash: lesspipe: command not found
    bash: Command: command not found
    bash: The: command not found
    bash: dircolors: command not found
    bash: Command: command not found
    bash: The: command not found

    HTH some more... still trying to figure what's causing this...

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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    when you hit the cli type

    fsck -v

    the -v switch is for verbose.

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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    Quote Originally Posted by philinux View Post
    when you hit the cli type

    fsck -v

    the -v switch is for verbose.
    Ok when I do that I get..

    /dev/sda1 is mounted.

    WARNING!!! Running e2fsk on a mounted filesystem may cause SEVERE filesystem damage.

    Do you really want to continue(y/n)?

    Do I?!? LOL!

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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    Hmm I just noticed something weird.. one minute it had me as root for some reason, that's when it gave me what I last posted.. This time though it says...

    andyho@andyho-ubuntu:~$ fsck -v
    fsck 1.40.8 (13-Mar-2008)
    fsck.ext3: Unable to resolve 'UUID=bfcf5100-02eb-4274-b599-72545d15005'

    ?!?!

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    Re: UGH just upgraded to Hardy and having an issue!

    anyone?!?

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