[manjaro-dev] Kernel panic on updated kernels
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Mon Oct 24 13:04:55 CEST 2016
Yup, this is sounding more and more like what I experience. I never even
thought to try the audio group, I assumed systemd managed all that
stuff. So it's a kernel thing, and not my hardware? That's a relief
actually, because that means I will be able to install sonar on this
thing and finally get rid of windows once this issue gets fixed.
On 10/24/2016 5:56 AM, Eigeldinger Simon wrote:
> I guess this is happening when i updated the box.
> Basically did a sonar/manjaro mate 16.07 install and updated the system to latest packages.
> I can access the system via ssh and do things but nothing with the desktop.
> Audio is available after i add the user to the audio group and then let epseak say hello.
> But the desktop seem to do nothing.
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> I'm not positive if I'm experiencing this or not, but I've been having a really hard time getting manjaro/sonar installed and working on my dell precision m6700 workstation laptop. The flash drive containing the latest stable image, 16.07 works fine, but when installed the system boots until it reaches the dm (display manager) and then goes all black and nothing else can be done with the machine. I've been going around and around in circles trying to figure out what's going on. I use the lts kernel, so linux version 4.4, but the flash drives uses kernel 4.6, because I mistakenly thought that was the latest lts kernel. However, the installed system used kernel 4.6 until I removed it and replaced it with the lts kernel, and it wouldn't boot to the desktop either. It's confusing.
> Kendell Clark
> On 10/24/2016 4:49 AM, R. W. Reese wrote:
>> I still have a Manjaro install on a 32-bit, non-PAE laptop. The update
>> of the two installed kernels, linux44 and linux47 produces a kernel
>> panic in both normal and fallback mode. I have successfully chrooted
>> and downgraded the Linux 4.4 kernel, but it is now hanging on man-db.
>> I will explore further this evening or tomorrow when I have time, but
>> a quick question: could the panic be a result of a PAE issue?
>> Roy W. Reese
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