There are several things that could cause a kernel panic. The first place to look is the logs.Sorry.
I did bad asking.
I did update to Debian 11.
The update was successfull.
Then after update system was asking:
Now I can only boot the recovery modus.
journalctl -b1 | less
journalctl -b1 -x -p 3
Which operating system were you using before this "update"?I did the update to Debian 11.
Thank You.You could make a live ISO and Chroot into your faulty Debian installation. Then from there we can fix your installation
If you don't understand the info on the links, then another alternative is to reinstall, and presumably, since the machine did work before, that it continues to. Perhaps just stay on debian stable where the updating is mainly just security matters and bug fixes. Currently debian bookworm is about to become debian stable so you could install the current bookworm with some confidence, and it's a relatively up to date distribution with a reliable 6.1 kernel.Id dis this find in www
but I dont understand
Is there a problem with the media you are using? Did you verify it with the checksums before running it?"If you don't understand the info on the links, then another alternative is to reinstall,"
The problem with reinstall is:
I put CD in
Can You help me?