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Thread: kinit: no image on Boot up

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    Default kinit: no image on Boot up

    I get some weird message on boot up before the kernel regarding kinit. I am not able to remember what it says, but it does not affect the boot up. Its more annoying than an error.

    I am just looking for help to get rid of this message/fix the problem (if there is one). But if not, that is not a problem. BT works great.

    EDIT: By the way this is a live installation. 1000HE eee pc.

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    Is there a boot log file which i can post, to add more information? I am not aware of such a file and if there is, where is it's location?

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    dmesg and log files in /var/log

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    Code:
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    kinit: name_to_dev_t(/dev/disk/by-uuid/615d1ce8-afa1-4be5-a2ea-ae26cc8ff678) = sda6(8,6)
    
    kinit: trying to resume from /dev/disk/by-uuid/615d1ce8-afa1-4be5-a2ea-ae26cc8ff678
    
    kinit: No resume image, doing normal boot...
    Fixed: (/boot/grub/menu.lst)
    This was not an error, but grub looking if the computer was put in hibernation.

    # defoptions=quiet splash noresume

    and then run,

    sudo update-grub

    EDIT: WOW, moved to the newbie section... I feel like my solution to this fix has just been degraded lol. =\

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