I was half way through an upgrade from 12.04 to 14.04 when my machine crashed. At this point it had been running for over an hour doing the upgrade so I have no idea what caused it. I was merrily reading a book when the machine just rebooted. I am pretty convinced it was only about one third done with the upgrade.
Unfortunately it did not even get to the login screen after the reboot.
I have a machine I support that the owner wants to migrate from the latest Crunchbang Stable release to be based on Debian Testing.That is not a problem in that I am well able to do that.However, the machine is an Asus AJ6C with a GeForce Go 7300 graphics in use.
SUSE Linux machine hangs while BIOS upgrade. When i do a manual power off and power on, the display does not comeback and i can see amber LED on the display tablet of my POS machine.
ALL the LEDS(HDD, power supply, Fan, Memoery error) on the tower(CPU) back also are on when i power on the machine.
How do i fix this? Please suggest as am stuck half way on high priority task.
I am struggling to install Jessie via netinst on this machine, it has taken me over 1 hour to figure how to make the installer going.
I had to edit /bin/check-missing-firmware for the installer to pass the checking network stage and install from eth0. I managed to install Jessie but at the next reboot wifi is not working.
I've succesfully installed AD DS, DNS, Hyper-V and RDS. However, when trying to install a virtual machine by means of the wizard it hangs. Importing an existing Virtuale machine makes the console unresponsive as well. The machine is a DL380G6, 2 x X5220, 12 GB. I had the Hyper-V running without AD DS, DNS, but I can't get it to work since installing the latter two. Not even after a clean install.
I'm faced with a challenge, hopefully one of you is able to help me with. From time to time, when booting a Linux machine here at work, one of the boot processes hangs leaving the machine inaccessable.