- A few weeks ago my laptop automatically updated from 3.9.0 to 3.9.1. The next time I booted it, it automatically took me to what seemed to be EOS’ First Boot Experience. I refused to go through it at first but after a few unsuccessful attempts trying to fix the issue, I decided to go through it. Once I passed the “add your full name” step, nothing else happened and I was stuck and only left with the option of shutting the computer down.
- I booted again and, through the GRUB menu, I chose 3.9.0 instead of the newest 3.9.1. It booted well. But I’m still not able of successfully updating to 3.9.1. I get a message saying the computer can’t download updates/files because it’s a read-only file system.
- I even tried rolling back using
pkexec eos-rollbackbut I got this error message:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/bin/eos-rollback", line 52, in <module> locked = sysroot.try_lock() gi.repository.GLib.Error: g-io-error-quark: Read-only file system (21)
- When trying to generate a screenshot, I couldn’t do it since I kept getting messages saying I don’t have sufficient permissions to save files in the computer. So anything that requires me to download something or even upload something is not possible now.
- I managed to create an EOS-diagnostics file and a Verbose file but for some reason I can’t upload it here from that computer, so I am using a different one to create this post.
Any help will be appreciated!