Den lör 1 sep. 2018 kl 15:50 skrev stan <stanl-fedorauser(a)vfemail.net>:
On Sat, 1 Sep 2018 13:44:56 +0200
Andreas Tunek <andreas.tunek(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> I can't get a commandline, everything seems stuck in the boot
> process.... Is there anyway to get a commandline and update the system
> when it is in this state?
You could try getting to single user mode, putting a 1 after the boot
line during boot by editing the menu entry before booting. That should
put you into the root account, where you can run a dnf update.
There is no root acoount on a default F29 installation. Also, you
can't see the boot menu and I haven't been able to trigger it.
Or, if you can boot a rescue image, you can then use chroot to do a
update of F29, should be something like
chroot /mnt/Sysimage dnf update
where /mnt/Sysimage is the root directory of the F29 installation.
Is there a guide or something how to do that?
I've done this successfully in the past from an older version of
for rawhide update in a situation like you are experiencing, and it has
worked. I always keep an older version of Fedora (the last one I used
before this one) around for just this purpose (disk is cheap).
Disk is not cheap on my test laptop unfortunately...
I think that install is gone and all I can do is reinstall. Not very fun.....
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