Re: Debian booting into initramfs shell
- Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2019 07:51:44 -0500
- From: songbird <songbird@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Debian booting into initramfs shell
Thomas Schweikle wrote:
> Since latest upgrades debian boots into initramfs shell:
> Gave up Waiting for suspend/resum device
> Gave up waiting for root file system device. Gommon problems:
> ALERT! UUID=c92b... does not exist.
> Dropping to a shell!
> Looking at devices, none exist: /dev/sda* are all missing.
> Looking at loaded drivers/modules: all required are loaded.
> Booting into rescue mode with the very same kernel/initrd works:
> devices are there, modules are loaded, file systems are accessible.
> Any idea how to solve this problem, when none of the kernels available
> boots into multiuser? And only the rescue system is working?
Debian stable, testing or unstable or ?
and what hardware setup?