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hibernation-device UUID xyz not found -> dropped into emergency shell - what to do now

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say_hello    0

 

 

 

well on a manjaro-linux installation on a notebook i have gotten a freezing

 

then i switched it of - and afterward i have seen such a warning
 

hibernation-device UUID xyz not found -> dropped into emergency shell


 

Guess i have to install fresh

 

but i do not want to loose data   _ how to proceed in installing manjaro !?

 

 

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Nick H.    9,760
2 minutes ago, say_hello said:

but i do not want to loose data   _ how to proceed in installing manjaro !?

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Radium    126

Your filesystems seem damaged. It's unable to find quite a few things.

 

Show us the output of lsblk. How many drives do you have? Did you configure the partitions yourself or did the installer do that for you? What filesystems are you using?

 

If you can't do that from the emergency shell then you need Manjaro or Arch ISO on USB and boot that to try to rescue the system. Be careful though, one wrong step and you'll lose everything.

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