Sometimes my laptop freezes and doesn’t let me do anything to I have to force shutdown but this time it gives me this right after grub. None of my kernels or backups work. How do I get past this?
I think it’s explained multiple times in the forum.
Live ISO, chroot, check lsblk -f and your /etc/fstab/, check if the device is connected, power cable etc.
I try to mount my root partition so I can chroot but it fails and tells me it can’t read the superblock.
mount: /mnt: can't read superblock on /dev/sda2. dmesg(1) may have more information after failed mount system call.
If live ISO boot.
I think it’s a hardware fault, but that’s just my opinion.
Just use chroot from garuda-welcome in live ISO.
btrfs rescue super-recover tells me that all supers are good so I have no idea what it could be so far
Using it from garuda-welcome tell’s me that it doesn’t detect any linux partitons
Turns out my laptop kinda just gave up since it works en my backup and my backup’s ssd doesn’t work on my main.
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