After upgrade to 12.04, hanging in login screenview story

http://askubuntu.com – Writing this from an older Dell Notebook, ugpraded to 12.04 32-Bit, which works well. My more modern Dell Notebook worked well for 1/2 day after upgrading to 12.04 64-Bit, now I'm having problems logging in: System boots normally, (Unity) can enter my password, the login-screen reports 'Logging in....', but that's the end, won't log in even after 30 minutes - it just stays on the login screen. (HowTos)

"Cannot stat" messages when upgrading kernel to 3.3.3view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I just updated my system and the kernel was upgraded to 3.3.3-1. (HowTos)

Fedora Core 7 Kernel requiredview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Afternoon all Have a bit of a dilemma! (HowTos)

[all variants] Filesystem is read-only following disk errorsview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I've been dual booting my system between Windows 7 and Ubuntu for a while now. A few days ago I upgraded my Linux to 11.10 and then yesterday I upgraded my Windows from the Home Premium edition to Ultimate. I forgot that I had hibernated my Linux side before I started upgrading Windows. After installing Windows I couldn't boot into Linux but I used Boot-Repair with the default options to fix it. (Hardware)

Strange fsck messageview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Hello! I had some sort of strange situation on my Fedora 16 system a few days ago. My current machine is about 3 months old and running fine. (HowTos)

[all variants] Fakeraid superblocks go missing after rebootview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have searched these forums and Google and none of the leads go anywhere although this post is pretty close match for the problem I describe below. However, rather than revive a 10 month old thread, I will start afresh with my particular circumstances: I have a 6TB RAID5 built onboard through the H67 chipset. I installed XBMCbuntu onto a separate, i.e. non-member, 250GB drive. (Hardware)

e2fsck miserably aborts: memory allocation failed on 64 bit OS and scratch directoryview story

http://serverfault.com – After an unsuccessful Virtualbox VDI drive resize following the instructions here, the primary ext4 partition became of unknown type. I fixed this with testdisk and then boot-repair, which made it be recognized as ext4 but not boot. (HowTos)

Can't find root device /dev/disk/by-uuid/***view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Thanks for your answer my menu.lst seems ok, and the uuid looks good (it is the same on /dev/disk/by-uidd/**)But when I try booting whithout chroot, when I am on the emergency shell, there is no /dev/disk/by-uuid For the mkinitcpio.conf, I don't know : it seems good too but ... I never had to change it to boot with this computer. (HowTos)

Services not started during bootview story

http://askubuntu.com – Ubuntu 10.04.4 server/no gui The computer is hanging somewhere during the boot. I am never presented with a login prompt on tty1. I can hit Alt+F2 and login (or ssh in) and everything seems fine, but none of my services have been started (e.g., apache2). Alt+F1 is a blank screen. I can start the services manually. (HowTos)

Where are fsck results logged at boot time, after /forcefsck?view story

http://askubuntu.com – When working remotely I set a server to force an fsck at boot time with the "sudo touch /forcefsck" command and rebooted. After it restarted I checked in /var/log/fsck for the results of the disk check, but both checkfs and checkroot said "(Nothing has been logged yet.) So where is it saving the results? (I'll add that this was on an 11.10 server) (HowTos)