accidental upgrade, what now?
wa6ivgtf at fastmail.fm
Fri Oct 13 22:43:48 EDT 2017
Did it upgrade or did it not?
Some programs act differently, but it still boots in same version with
the original reason for upgrade was to solve problems with elinks which
didn't get solved.
I won't bother this list with elinks difficulties.
Thanks Willem, greg etc.
On Fri, Oct 13, 2017 at 10:22:49AM +0200, Willem van der Walt wrote:
> You are correct that you should be able to pick your currently
> running kernel from the grub menu.
> Somewhat generic instructions would be.
> When the machine starts, move with the arrow down to stop the boot
> of the default OS.
> Then select the one you want to boot with the arrows and enter on
> the desird one.
> Since you are still on the machine, You can change the default so
> that it will again boot with your currently running kernel next
> how to do this might differ depending what flavor of Linux you are
> HTH, Willem
> On Fri, 13 Oct 2017, Tom Fowle wrote:
> >[The e-mail server of the sender could not be verified (SPF Record)]
> >In attempting to upgrade a single package, elinks, I somehow upgraded the
> >whole system
> >I believe to 3.2.0-4-686-pae
> >that's the login version number, maybe not the upgraded version.
> >Without rebooting, it still works with doubletalk and brltty.
> >I assume after reboot with new system the doubletalk will no longer work.
> >Do I remember there is some way by selecting older kernel at grub boot time,
> >that the older kernel with doubletalk can still fly.
> >I have sighted help.
> >what do we look for when rebooting?
> >If that's wrong, do I have any other options to save the doubletalk system
> >beyond re-installing old version of wheezie from CD?
> >Also considering a new mini desktop like the mintbox mini from
> >Fit-PC. Any experience with this type of system?
> >This one has an RS232 port for my Alva. But then I'd have to put up with
> >espeak! Poor little blind one! <GRIN>
> >Thanks for any help, comments about luddites will not be taken amiss!
> >Tom Fowle
> >P.S. I'm not turning this box off till forced, but we had power flicker a
> >while back, so things are tense! <GRIN>
> >sorry for babble.
> >Tom Fowle
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