On 07/30/2017 05:40 AM, vendor(a)billoblog.com wrote:
So... I did a "sudo dnf upgrade" and things seemed to do
well. However, when I
rebooted, it hangs on bootup with the statment "Holding until bootup processes
complete" or something like that -- I'm doing this from memory. I tried with a
couple of older kernels, but they also hung.
I assume that this is some transient thing associated with the upgrade. Over the
years, I've had glitches appear on an upgrade and disappear on the next upgrade.
Accordingly, I'd like to boot into rescue mode and see if I can upgrade again.
However, I've forgotten how to turn on wifi networking from rescue mode.
Can anybody point me to a tutorial?
I can't give you a tutorial since I've not had to boot into rescue mode. I'm
assuming in rescue mode you are not in a GUI interface.
Well, in that case I'd probably use "nmcli". Network Manager Command Line
Personally, I 'd have to resort to checking out the man page since that is something
I rarely use. But it should get you to where you need to be.
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