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    Default error: can't find command 'linux'.

    I made changes in augeaus.rb file by suppressing error message
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       Details : Augeas parsing/serializing error: Get did not match entire input at /usr/share/augeas/lenses/dist/sysconfig.aug:63.12-.71:
    
    
    Caller: /usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/cfa-0.3.1/lib/cfa/augeaus_parser.rb:236:in 'report_error'
    Able to open Bootloader option. Made change there by setting Time delay to 10 seconds. Now I'm unable to boot system. How can I boot the system? Unable to access shell also.

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    Default Re: error: can't find command 'linux'.

    Quote Originally Posted by linlen View Post
    I made changes in augeaus.rb file by suppressing error message
    Code:
       Details : Augeas parsing/serializing error: Get did not match entire input at /usr/share/augeas/lenses/dist/sysconfig.aug:63.12-.71:
    
    
    Caller: /usr/lib64/ruby/gems/2.1.0/gems/cfa-0.3.1/lib/cfa/augeaus_parser.rb:236:in 'report_error'
    Able to open Bootloader option. Made change there by setting Time delay to 10 seconds. Now I'm unable to boot system. How can I boot the system? Unable to access shell also.
    Boot from an install medium, mount the installed system and undo your changes. Or, boot from a previous snapshot.
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    Default Re: error: can't find command 'linux'.

    I don't have install medium as I did update from 42.2 to 42.3 using zypper command. Can you please share boot options like linux-efi path & initrd path. linux path is wrong in current GRUB2.If I give correct path to boot, the system should start. If anyone can share 42.3 booting options details, I believe it should start.

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    Default Re: error: can't find command 'linux'.

    I'm able to login and able to reach
    Code:
    :/# ls 
    bin dev dracut-state.sh early_cpio etc init kernel lib lib64 proc root run sbin shutdown sys sysroot tmp usr var
    How shall I restart the system?

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    Default Re: error: can't find command 'linux'.

    Corrected GRUB boot locations & started the system. System works but shows some strange issues. Will start a new thread.

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