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Offline geklmintendont

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I have no idea what it's from or why it happens but the update still causes FAIL on Load Kernel Modules (and a couple other things too)

Also, after the update, it consistently (I've tried to update multiple times) says it has to "recovering journal" when it boots up and I get a bunch of crap about orphaned inodes on the screen.

Also, after updating and before restarting, when shutting down I notice that it says there is a stop job running (I really wish I knew how to force these to stop... I currently unplug my machine)

I first noticed this issue around the start of the year, and it has persisted. I've tried to update about 4 times, and every time it fails.

Does anyone know what the problem is?

Yes, I noticed the "4.2 kernel breaks..." thread, but it seems to be dead, so maybe everyone else is past the issue and I'm stuck on something undiscovered (?)

No, I can't provide screenshots or copy-paste logs here, because the terminal interface doesn't let me copy text (there's no clipboard software running) and I don't actually own any cameras to take pictures of my screen.

Offline sunrat

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You should be able to select an earlier kernel at the GRUB screen and boot into that to view logs. journalctl can be very informative.
The thread you mentioned does provide solutions for Nvidia and Virtualbox driver fails on kernel 4.20.
The "recovering journal" messages happen because you force an improper shutdown. Search the internet for "magic sysreq keys" to learn a method to cleanly shut down.
« Last Edit: Yesterday at 12:13:42 by sunrat »

Offline piper

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You can *sometimes bypass "stop job running" by using  ctrl+alt+del  7 times or more, then enter root password, then reboot or try to fix.

A "stop job running" is usually but not always a wrong UUID in fstab (most common)

If you unplug your machine, your going to get "recovering journal" and do it enough times you will have no choice but to reinstall.
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