kernel 5.10.57 don’t boot after update

Forum Forums Official Releases antiX-21/22 “Grup Yorum” kernel 5.10.57 don’t boot after update

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  • #81207
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    SilvioTO

      Installed now on my desktop antix 21 64.
      After first reboot (finished the installation) antix load normally with the kernel 5.10.57.
      I updated the system with antix updater application and, after reboot, antix freeze when loading (kernel 5.10.57) with boot1.jpg green screen (in attach).
      Rebooting a second time it freeze again (kernel 5.10.57) but with the boot2.jpg image (in attach).
      Antix load instead normally with kernel 4.9.0-279 without errors.

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      Desktop: antiX 22 - x64
      Laptop (Toshiba A100) - antiX 22 - x32

      #81213
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      caprea

        Please boot into the 4.9 kernel.
        From there
        control-centre > software > Package Installer
        Go to “Kernel” in Package Installer and install the 5.10.104 kernel
        Tell us if the 5.10.104 works for you.

        #81222
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        SilvioTO

          Kernel 5.10.104 don’t boot, same error of “boot2.jpg” image (waiting for /dev to be fully populated…)

          Desktop: antiX 22 - x64
          Laptop (Toshiba A100) - antiX 22 - x32

          #81223
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          anticapitalista

            Use the 4.9 kernel.

            Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

            antiX with runit - leaner and meaner.

            #81224
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            SilvioTO

              Yes, I’m using.
              Thanks.

              Desktop: antiX 22 - x64
              Laptop (Toshiba A100) - antiX 22 - x32

              #81401
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              krod16

                I faced the same problem. It worked with 4.9. I managed to solve this by trying to install the nvidia drivers. Though the drivers don’t work successfully and the nvidia module does not load but it seems to have fixed the problem and I can boot with the 5.10.

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