So I just did the most recent update with pacman -Syu … but I made the mistake of hitting Ctrl-C in the middle of it (it was updating the man db at the time, in a botched attempt to copy a chunk of text from the screen…yeah I know ctrl-shift-c to copy there, I do it all the time, but, oops…). Then I ran it again and it installed the 50 remaining packages, and it looked like everything should be fine. But then I rebooted and I get
Warning: /lib/modules/5.2.11-3-CHAKRA/modules.devname not found - ignoring starting version 239 ERROR: resume: hibernation device 'UUID....' not found Chakra_main: clean, 713356/3874816 files, 12395796/15486976 blocks mount /new_root: unknown filesystem type 'ext4' sh: can't access tty: job control turned off [rootfs ]#
Can anybody tell from this what I bodgered and how to unbodger it?
Besides the rootfs, I can boot to another Chakra install on another partition on this machine and access the filesystem of the broken one that way.
Any help appreciated!