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Offline seasons

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I chrooted in and upgraded the kernel. The system now boots. Do I still need to upgrade systemd to 238-1.1 or should I wait for the "official" Debian upgrade?

And a big thank you to those who helped make this a relatively quick/painless fix for a critical bug.

Offline graviton

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Thank you @ all, my system is running again after I had made an update before the warnings on Wednesday. That's why I'm a very satisfied siduction user!

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Offline tommy2

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@seasons, I waited for the all clear to be announced here and then D-U'd all is well on my end. To upgrade or not to upgrade is for you to decide, however as far as I can tell everything seems to be working without problems.  ;)

tom

Offline drb

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@seasons, systemd 238-2 now available and I've dued a 'clean' system with no problems.

Offline samoht

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# apt changelog systemd
systemd (238-2) unstable; urgency=medium
 
  [ Alf Gaida ]
  * core: do not free stack-allocated strings.
    Fixes a crash in systemd when the cpuacct cgroup controller is not
    available. (Closes: #892360)
 
 -- Michael Biebl <biebl@debian.org>  Sat, 10 Mar 2018 01:12:47 +0100

...


Congratulations, @melmarker  :) .

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Congratulations, @melmarker

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