Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
First time F10 install went well. One thing I did
differently in installing F10 was to:
1) Use the Volume based filesystems
2) Enabled disk encryption
I noticed that on every reboot, one must enter the password
long before seeing a grub display. Hmm... maybe for a server
this is not the way to go, but for a workstation, it's probably ok.
Anyway, the initial kernel I started with is:
I proceeded to get the latest updates and this was approx. 1 week ago.
I later added programs I wanted installed, configured the services I
etc., etc., and everything went well. I was able to reboot, no problems.
But then a few days later, more updates came through, but specifically
a new kernel was added:
Rebooting, I got the messages:
ata1: ACPI get timing mode failed (AE 0x300d)
So, I never got to the point where I needed to enter
the encrypted disk password for continuance.
To be sure, I rebooted back to the original kernel (1),
and it booted just fine. Leaving it there, I continued using
the system, but got yet another kernel update:
Same problem reported in (2) above. So I am still
stuck at using my initial kernel at (1).
Is there anything I can do or to check to understand why
I am not able to use the latest kernels?
I haven't got any responses to this issue? Does anyone have
any suggestions on how I can resolve this issue?
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