Whenever Update mgr updates the kernel, on reboot I get the following error for the new kernel.
Bad or missing file.
Using grub, select the previous kernel. Boots fine, even though I would have gotten the same error after that kernel update. I always have to use grub to select the last kernel.
always after runnung ubuntu for a few days, I get the problem that the kernel gets a problem with my home partition and remounts it readonly. I actually cannot remount it readwrite again, but have to reboot the system. This rebooting causes some orphaned inodes to be found on the reboot, but I cannot determin any errors on the harddisk. No errors in SMART, etc.
I'm not sure exactly when this broke. I had no problem with audio cds before with Fedora 11. I normally just rip new cds and play from the HDD encoded file. I believe the last time it worked was earlier this week. Now all of a sudden when I load either of my DVD-ROM or DVD-RAM with an audio cd it reads it and then does not mount it. I have no problem with DVDs or Data CDs or Data DVDs.
I've just upgraded the linux kernel from 3.4.6-2 to 3.5.0-2 and am now unable to boot the new kernel. The boot process ends with the following message displayed:
fixing recursive fault but reboot is needed
If I reboot the machine I get the same message. I can still boot into the the old kernel with no problem.
Today I installed a kernel update and it landed me in the dracut prompt. exploring the problem, I noted that there was no boot drive. Anyone there to tell me if it is just an install error, or a kernel update error? 3.11 If I recall the new version.