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My system was running smoothly until my root partition started running out of space. So I decided to try to resize it, unfortunately I needed to move it to the left as well. It seems that the process went well. gparted warned me that maybe I woundn't be able to boot anymore, I thought I would just need to repair grub. Since then I got a kernel panic message when trying to boot. I did repaired grub with boot-repair, but nothing changed.

Kernel Panic Message

What I find curious is that I can boot with the older kernel Linux 5.4.0-33, but I got the kernel panic message when booting with the 5.4.0-39 or 5.4.0-37. I already tried to reinstall kernel 37 and I was able to boot normally for a while, but then the problem reapeared. Also, for discarting the posibility of bad sectors on my disk, even though it is new, I checked my whole disk with badblocks tool and all seems to be right.

Anybody can help me ?

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    Do you get the Grub screen when you boot. If so then boot with the oldest kernel you have. If that fails then drop to recovery, enable networking and then update and upgrade and then sudo dpkg --configure -a. and or sudo apt install -f – walttheboss Jul 1 at 21:58
  • Oh alright, I tried to reinstall the kernell, but I'll try that and tell you, thank you ! – Thiago Angelo Jul 3 at 2:47
  • Hey, it seems to be working now ! Thanks ! – Thiago Angelo Jul 3 at 5:14
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Do you get the Grub screen when you boot. If so then boot with the oldest kernel you have. If that fails then drop to recovery, enable networking and then update and upgrade and then

sudo dpkg --configure -a. 

and or

sudo apt install -f
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