I was installing some new packages in the package manager when KDE suddenly froze. After a long time of waiting I decided to press the reset button. Since then I keep getting “Boot manager missing” message on bootup.
Can this calamitous situation be rescued?
Use your installation DVD and try to repair your system.
On 03/31/2011 07:06 PM, swarfega wrote:
> Can this calamitous situation be rescued?
maybe, maybe not…
if you have or can get a live CD, boot from it and mount your hard
drive READ ONLY…
then do this command
hopefully, the Live CD will automatically see your internet connection
and you can use the browser and copy/paste the output back to this
thread using the instructions here: http://goo.gl/i3wnr
oh, and cross your fingers…
Tried LibreOffice? Do that and help at http://is.gd/dZ9j2W
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