• Status Closed
  • Percent Complete
  • Task Type Bug Report
  • Category Installed Mode
  • Assigned To No-one
  • Operating System All
  • Severity High
  • Priority Very Low
  • Reported Version 2.x (beta's)
  • Due in Version Undecided
  • Due Date Undecided
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Attached to Project: Elive
Opened by Lacy L Rice Jr - 2018-06-18
Last edited by Thanatermesis - 2020-02-01

FS#696 - Elive Will Not Boot after Passcode is Entered

I cannot boot into the system. I am having problems moving forth after entering my passcode. One thing that happens is that it goes into “cryptsetup:sda5_crypt set up successfully”. It then processes and will not further.

Another is that if I hit F6 on initial boot, it will go into the process menu. Messages I saw on the thread were:

“No arrays found in config file or automatically.

Failure:failed to assemble all arrays.

Volume group “elive_vg” not found

Unable to find LVM volume elive_vg/root_lv


fsck died with exit status 4

File system check failed

root password for maintenance”

The build is on Linux 3.16.0-0.bpo.4-686-pae

Closed by  Thanatermesis
01.02.2020 17:42
Reason for closing:  Works for me
Thanatermesis commented on 18.06.2018 12:43

Thanks for reporting the problem,

Do you have one or multiple hard disks?

Can you tell me which "strange characters" (which are not letters and numbers) have you used for your password?

Lacy L Rice Jr commented on 19.06.2018 21:49

I have only one hard drive and OS. My password is all numbers. BTW, I did I pay for it.

Thanatermesis commented on 20.06.2018 15:26

I have searched for debug information in the installer reports using your email but there's not any, please you run a new installation with the same steps, having enabled the reports, so I can see where the problem comes from

Lacy L Rice Jr commented on 21.06.2018 02:59

This doesn't work right now as I am unable to access any computer with which I can download and run an installation. Is there anything I can do within the current installation?

Thanatermesis commented on 21.06.2018 08:07

Very hard to know if you can do anything with the currect installation, so it looks like there's a problem with the partitions structure, which is very rare (never happened before), but I cannot know any more details about the problem unless I can check the installation report logs to see what happened / how they was created

Thanatermesis commented on 23.11.2018 02:53

try "sudo palimpsest" from live mode to know if the disk has errors

What is the actual status of this bug report ?

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