I was installing wine with the command
sudo aptitude install wine and the computer crashed.
When I run
sudo dpkg --configure -a, the computer crashes again.
What can I do?
If nothing worked for you then you should give it a try!
Reply if something goes wrong.. or you need some help!
I don't know if I can solve the internal issues, but try downloading it the old fashioned way.
In order to isolate hard disk issues:
Let me know if you need more detailed instructions. If even cloning doesn't work, the reason is most probably a faulty drive.
(Please, read the whole answer before doing anithing)
Quick and Dirty (?)
Sometimes, when you don't know what to do, the best thing is start from 0. Use a Live system, do a full backup of all your data in the
When you get your new system, do
Now, you got your system ready to rumble.
I want to fix it without reinstall
This is tricky, and you will need to spend your time in this. You may need to read the debugging the kernel guide, and/or throw a stab in the air with the follow procedure:
Since you said that the problem started with wine, I will assume the package is somehow dirty, or something is terribly wrong. So, instead "executing" lets say that we simulate:
If the below command produce the Kernel Panic, is safe to assume that the scripts were incorrectly unpacked or that the package is incomplete. To discard first, you may use the Recovery Mode to run a filesystem check: