0.3.2 Freya on a
- i7-3537U CPU 2.00GHz,
- NVIDIA GK107M [GeForce GT 740M]
After getting the dialog box this user got, I searched for a solution and eventually used this one: Kernel version is still 3.16 on Freya 0.3.1
There is a warning, that now I'm now rereading in its full... seriousness: "Warning! Be careful and attentive to this, the system can fail. Check packages that will be removed before pressing Y."
And in my case there was two packages. One that had to do with thunderbird and another. That other, I am thinking, did the trouble.
Well, because I am pretty close to a complete ingnorant when it comes to code, I cannot even remember the name of the package. And now, I fear that when I used the "auto remove" command suggested after running the commands that one package is now missing and prevents my machine from booting.
Is there something I can do now to save it? Tomorrow, in a little more than 24h, I have a work deadline, and really thought that this would be just a routine upgrade. I'm using a borrowed machine to write this, but very important files are burried there.
What can I do? Any help is apreciated.