After an update you reboot and receive an error message that looks like this.
error: file `/boot/vmlinuz-4.19-x86_64' not found. error: you need to load the kernel first. Press any key to continue...
The easiest way to resolve this issue is re-install your kernels by following these steps. If you receive any errors while follwing these steps, you should stop and open a help topic before proceeding.
- Download a recent Manjaro live iso from https://manjaro.org/get-manjaro/
- Write the ISO to a usb device as in the same way you would if you were planning to install Manjaro
- Boot off the ISO
- Open a terminal
- In the terminal, type:
sudo manjaro-chroot -a
(Please note that if there is only one Linux system detected, you would need to enter 1 instead of 0 after running this command)
- This should bring you to a prompt that looks like this:
- From the
#prompt, type this to reinstall your kernels:
sudo pacman -Syu $(pacman -Qq | grep -i "^linux[0-9]")