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31633No Boot after upgrade

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  • jferrell_27283
    Apr 14, 2014
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      I am running Debian Wheezy and I frequently run

      sudo apt-get update

      followed by

      sudo apt-get upgrade

      When I ran the upgrade it restarted a package and recommended a full system restart.

      When I did that it hung on the way up. I believe it got past the password point.

      The Debian boot always offers a recovery option on boot, I tried it.

      The command line asked for a root password and came to a stop displaying

      root@debian:~#       prompt.

      The help command works here.

      My question:

      How can I remove that upgrade that I applied?

      John W8CCW

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