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jespersh7518227dAh, the charm of updating linux distributions.
I remember the days of updating would cause X11 to break. Back when I had only a few years of experience. Helped me get better tho at navigating the etc configuration.
Good luck man
bahua13296227dLooks like either your bootloader somehow got corrupted, or your disks got reordered.
electrineer18161227dGrub default fucked up?
LinusCDE2954226dTry hitting escape or arrow up/down on boot. When the grub menu comes up, select advanced and then the most recent non fallback kernel. Hope that helps.
unicorndev467226dI rebooted the pc and installed KDE all over again. Now it's fine.
I think what I did wrong was that after the installation I started the system upgrade of about 1.5gb. And at some point it looked like it got stuck so I forced turn off the pc and then that happened. So never interrupt a sys upgrade i guess. But thanks for your comments :)
gururaju44*Now that's what I call a Hacker* MOTHER OF ALL AUTOMATIONS This seems a long post. but you will definitely ...
linuxxx63This guy at my last internship. A windows fanboy to the fucking max! He was saying how he'd never use anythi...
creedasaurus63Another dev on my team just got a new machine. Before he came in today I made two separate USB installers and ...