On Thu, Mar 01, 2018 at 06:31:50PM +0100, Xavier B. wrote:
> Can you please put a "guide" for recovering from "unbootable system" if when openrc 0.35 pass to stable branch?
That is not a simple issue. It involves booting from a live disk and
mounting the dead system by hand and uninstalling the update. It can be
very system specific
> On Thu, 1 Mar 2018 13:34:16 -0300
> Chris Cromer <cromer at artixlinux.org> ha escrit:
> > OpenRC 0.35 is here and now in our testing repos. This version has had
> > many major changes to the code such as forced deptree update during
> > sysinit runlevel, Bash and ZSH completions included in upstream, cgroups
> > mount changes, string memory management changes, and changes to
> > openrc-init. The list of changes are much larger and can be seen here:
> > https://github.com/OpenRC/openrc/compare/0.34.11...0.35
> > Please be aware that some of the changes are very major and could cause
> > the system to be unbootable. If you don't know how to recover from an
> > unbootable system, do not install 0.35 while it is still in the testing
> > repo.
> > The bash completions are in the package "openrc-bash-completions" and
> > zsh are in "openrc-zsh-completions".
> > If you guys encounter any problems, errors, or issues, please let us
> > know so that we can look into it.
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