[not a bug] Starting version 246.6-1-arch


since yesterday evening my computer doesn’t boot properly. It stops everytime after showing me the systemd status:
Starting version 246.6-1-arch
/dev/sda4: clean …
It happens with lts- and upstream kernel, too.

Is there a way to fix it?

Thanks. :slight_smile:

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needs more info on used drivers for gpu Desktop Environment Desktop Manager e.t.c. may “simple” caused by not completed update, you can try to arch-chroot and from inside chroot update system, reinstall kernels and headers, regenerate kernel images and grub.cfg.

make sure to choose the right way to mount partitions dependoíng on if you are using a legacy Bios system or efi running system!
then after arch-chroot /mnt
pacman -Syu
pacman -S linux linux-lts linux-headers linux-lts-headers
mkinitcpio -P
grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg



@joekamprad Thanks. But there are an error message: specified kernel image does not exist: /boot/vmlinuz-linux. But i guess it’s because of the fact that this is the live iso kernel?

@jonathon thanks. There is an error occured saying that this is a directory, when i try to update the mirrorlist.

Edit: Now system is working again.