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Thread: Can't boot openSUSE TW 32 bit

  1. #1
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    Can't boot openSUSE TW 32 bit

    Probably caused by

    Code:
    zypper dup
    Code:
    dracut-initqueue: Warning not all disks have been found
    You may want to regenerate initramfs
    I've booted latest TW iso, selected Rescue system menu command, chrooted using recommended script/application (?)


    I've run
    Code:
    zypper dup
    and

    Code:
    dracut -v
    dracut[F] Cannot find module directory /lib/modules/6.8.9-1-default
    dracut[F] and --no-kernel was not specified

    Code:
    # ls /lib/modules
    #
    TW has disappeared from TW grub


    Any idea please ?

  2. #2
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    Re: Can't boot openSUSE TW 32 bit

    This happened to me recently.
    To fix I believe I did a chroot then issued command:

    dracut --regenerate-all --force
    /path/to/Truth

  3. #3
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    Re: Can't boot openSUSE TW 32 bit

    Quote Originally Posted by Xian View Post
    This happened to me recently.
    To fix I believe I did a chroot then issued command:

    dracut --regenerate-all --force
    I'm sorry it does not work:
    Code:
    dracut -v
    dracut[F] Cannot find module directory /lib/modules/6.8.9-1-default
    dracut[F] and --no-kernel was not specified

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