Since the last update - I guess thursday (12/08) or friday (12/09) - I’m no longer able to use IDE drives.
After the first update first a message reported an sector read error on my old IDE drive, so that I built in another used IDE drive. After a complete installation again a message appeared that the drives causes an read error.
I tried a third drive and again I could install opensuse but after a reboot again a read error occured.
But another try with a SATA drive worked fine: installation, boot up and login succeeded w/o any problems.
I only get problems with IDE drives: I’m no longer able to boot or even to login from IDE drives.
My last try was this morning and after installation, which succeeded, resulted in a boot up into something like a GNU Grub shell:
Message on screen:
GNU GRUB Version 2.02~beta 2
Minimal BASH-like line editing is supported, For the first word,TAB lists possible command completions. Anywehre
else TAB lists possible device or file completions.
Now I could enter a command, but a further reboot shows me now a kind of selection list which allows me to select different versions with different options to boot.
Has anybody an idea what’s wrong?
Thx in advance