Question I crashed my Linux partition, cause I am stupid!

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Col Brubaker:
Ahh, I could need some Linux help, after messing up my main partition by remove pyton stuff incidently. I trust in Orbinauts more then in some Linux-forum. I have a history.log. Is anyone good in this? View my profil.

Linguofreak:
When you removed python3, a whole bunch of things that depended on it being present were removed along with it (beyond just the packages you specified on the command line). You appear to have reinstalled the things that you had specified to be removed, but not the packages that were removed due to lost dependencies. Those are listed in history.log in the entry where you removed python3.
When removing packages, always pay attention to the list of packages being removed due to the removal if dependencies. If you're not sure that you no longer need everything being removed, don't proceed.
ca-certificates is also a package you generally don't want to remove, I noticed that was on the command line for the removal.

Col Brubaker:
@Linguofreak, Thank you. My mistake. But how to fix it? I have another Linux partition, but I never used chroot to install on a dead partition. You found the history log? Send me a PM please.

Linguofreak:
I may or may not have time to look at this in depth. It's probably better that you open a thread in Brighton Lounge, as there are multiple people with significant Linux experience here. You say "dead partition". history.log indicates that you reinstalled the packages that you had directly removed, which indicates that the system was still running in the immediate aftermath and package management was working. Did you reboot and then have the system fail to come up? If so, what error messages are you getting on boot?
Please include answers to these questions when you create your thread.
Also, do you have separate home and root partitions?

Col Brubaker:
System was running in the aftermath and didn't come up after reboot. [Start-screen picture missing or something]
I have several Linux in 4 partitions. Kali is the destroyed partition.
Furthermore I have another Kali and MX-Linux.
Here is the link to the History log: https://www.orbiter-forum.com/members/col-brubaker.6632/

Thank you guys! :unsure:
 

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Col Brubaker:
System was running in the aftermath and didn't come up after reboot. [Start-screen picture missing or something]

Are there any text error messages when it stops booting, or does it just hang on a splash screen?

I have several Linux in 4 partitions. Kali is the destroyed partition.
Furthermore I have another Kali and MX-Linux.
Here is the link to the History log: https://www.orbiter-forum.com/members/col-brubaker.6632/

Thank you guys! :unsure:

I take it that the /home directory for each partition is on the partition itself and not on a separate partition?
 

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I think so. I can boot from every partition. They are all with a boot-loader.
The "Problem-Bear" is partition Nr. 5.
Are there any text error messages when it stops booting, or does it just hang on a splash screen?



I take it that the /home directory for each partition is on the partition itself and not on a separate partition?
The Question is: How can I undelete or reinstall exactly the parts I deleted by being stupid.

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I'll be honest with you, I don't use Kali (I use Arch btw), but I have used Debian and as far as I know Kali is based on Debian.
I haven't found a guide to manually chrooting in Kali (I haven't searched much either) but I asked ChatGPT (use with care) and it gave me instructions that seem to make a lot of sense.

The idea is the following: chroot from a Kali liveUSB.

We will follow the following steps:

1.- Boot a Kali liveUSB.

2.- Open a terminal and run:

sudo fdisk -l

Identify the partition where your broken Kali installation is located.
According to your screenshot it should be:

/dev/nvme0n1p5

3.- Mount your broken partition with the command:

sudo mount /dev/nvme0n1p5 /mnt

Remember to replace the partition name with the correct one if I am wrong.

4.- Mount the necessary virtual file systems using the following commands:

sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev sudo mount --bind /dev/pts /mnt/dev/pts sudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc sudo mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys

5.- Switch to the chroot environment using the following command:

sudo chroot /mnt

Then we will proceed to install all the necessary packages you uninstalled by mistake.
Based on the list of packages you posted (history.log) I'm going to make a list of packages so you can reinstall them again in the hope that the package manager itself hasn't been destroyed.
It's going to take me some time...

When I have it, I will publish the list again in .txt format so that you can open it in Kali's liveUSB, then copy and paste it in the terminal and it will be solved (theoretically, at least as far as I know).
 
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Thank you.
1.- I have another Kali on p6 and the broken Kali is on p5. No need for the LiveUSB - But I have it.
(And you should try Kali everything. https://cdimage.kali.org/kali-2023.1/kali-linux-2023.1-installer-everything-amd64.iso.torrent
With KDE Plasma, Gnome and xfce with flatpak - I love it! - Debian+Ubuntu+Plasma+freeVPN+tails on virtual-machine, all I miss is the live-boot creation from MX - Btw. it is Arch too!)
2.- I know what fdisk is. I mounted permanently other partitions with it in Zorin - long time ago.
3.- ... I can mount p5 it with Thunar or Dolphin. I have full access to the partition.
Skip 1-3

Before you spend time on that... I found something like an undo the last delete. But it was on a forum from 2017. And I am not sure if it works by today. https://qastack.com.de/server/380856/how-to-undo-apt-get-remove Perhaps you need some translation, but this seems to work too.
I can imagine how you want to use a text-editor to build an installation-list out of the log.

What I don't know is this to chroot on a other partition. I will paste the link in here, I go on MX where I saved it.

I just never done that, with chroot. I am a bit autodidact in Linux.

[ What I really tried is, to run this .apk: https://apkpure.com/maginon-air/com.maginon.maginonair on LineageOS in https://waydro.id/ with Gnome Wayland on Kali.
It happend when tried to uninstall my installation shit down with my nerves. https://www.aldi-nord.de/angebote/aktion-mo-22-05/quadrokopter-qc-710se-wifi-433-2-0.article.html ]😣
 
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Thank you.
1.- I have another Kali on p6 and the broken Kali is on p5. No need for the LiveUSB - But I have it.
(And you should try Kali everything. https://cdimage.kali.org/kali-2023.1/kali-linux-2023.1-installer-everything-amd64.iso.torrent
With KDE Plasma, Gnome and xfce with flatpak - I love it! - Debian+Ubuntu+Plasma+freeVPN+tails on virtual-machine, all I miss is the live-boot creation from MX - Btw. it is Arch too!)
2.- I know what fdisk is. I mounted permanently other partitions with it in Zorin - long time ago.
3.- ... I can mount p5 it with Thunar or Dolphin. I have full access to the partition.
Skip 1-3

Before you spend time on that... I found something like an undo the last delete. But it was on a forum from 2017. And I am not sure if it works by today. https://qastack.com.de/server/380856/how-to-undo-apt-get-remove Perhaps you need some translation, but this seems to work too.
I can imagine how you want to use a text-editor to build an installation-list out of the log.

What I don't know is this to chroot on a other partition. I will paste the link in here, I go on MX where I saved it.

I just never done that, with chroot. I am a bit autodidact in Linux.

[ What I really tried is, to run this .apk: https://apkpure.com/maginon-air/com.maginon.maginonair on LineageOS in https://waydro.id/ with Gnome Wayland on Kali.
It happend when tried to uninstall my installation shit down with my nerves. https://www.aldi-nord.de/angebote/aktion-mo-22-05/quadrokopter-qc-710se-wifi-433-2-0.article.html ]😣
Don't worry, I'm also self-taught. But don't be afraid of chroot, it can reinstall all your packages, I have already done it on ArchLinux and Manjaro when I had problems with GRUB. Except that in Arch and Manjaro we have arch-chroot and manjaro-chroot that automatically find the partition and mount everything necessary.

All the instructions that I gave you were thinking about reinstalling the uninstalled packages. I suppose that was what caused the catastrophe.
I will continue to investigate your log to be more sure.
 

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I could click into Dolphin and "open terminal here"
reinstalling the uninstalled packages. I suppose that was what caused the catastrophe.
Nope. I was just stupid.
And btw. There is no hurry, cause I have 2 more running partitions and access to all data. It was just my favourit partition I created. I go to bed, good night.
 

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Thank you.
1.- I have another Kali on p6 and the broken Kali is on p5. No need for the LiveUSB - But I have it.
(And you should try Kali everything. https://cdimage.kali.org/kali-2023.1/kali-linux-2023.1-installer-everything-amd64.iso.torrent
With KDE Plasma, Gnome and xfce with flatpak - I love it! - Debian+Ubuntu+Plasma+freeVPN+tails on virtual-machine, all I miss is the live-boot creation from MX - Btw. it is Arch too!)
2.- I know what fdisk is. I mounted permanently other partitions with it in Zorin - long time ago.
3.- ... I can mount p5 it with Thunar or Dolphin. I have full access to the partition.
Skip 1-3

Before you spend time on that... I found something like an undo the last delete. But it was on a forum from 2017. And I am not sure if it works by today. https://qastack.com.de/server/380856/how-to-undo-apt-get-remove Perhaps you need some translation, but this seems to work too.
I can imagine how you want to use a text-editor to build an installation-list out of the log.

What I don't know is this to chroot on a other partition. I will paste the link in here, I go on MX where I saved it.

I just never done that, with chroot. I am a bit autodidact in Linux.

[ What I really tried is, to run this .apk: https://apkpure.com/maginon-air/com.maginon.maginonair on LineageOS in https://waydro.id/ with Gnome Wayland on Kali.
It happend when tried to uninstall my installation shit down with my nerves. https://www.aldi-nord.de/angebote/aktion-mo-22-05/quadrokopter-qc-710se-wifi-433-2-0.article.html ]😣

Thanks for the recommendation! But 11GB of download is a lot for my Internet (cries in argentine inflation). I personally like Arch and derivatives because it allows for a very minimal and customizable installation.

I could click into Dolphin and "open terminal here"

Nope. I was just stupid.
And btw. There is no hurry, cause I have 2 more running partitions and access to all data. It was just my favourit partition I created. I go to bed, good night.

If you prefer to do it graphically, no problem...

And some advice from a person who learned Linux by destroying computers by trying and making mistakes: don't blame yourself, it's human to make mistakes, even artificial intelligence makes mistakes.
Good night.
 

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Is this pkgs.txt file exactly what I uninstalled?
How do I make sure, that I install this with chroot into p5?

- I don't know what you want with ChatGPT? I never tried, cause I believe they should better destroy Skynet, before it goes online!
 

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Is this pkgs.txt file exactly what I uninstalled?
How do I make sure, that I install this with chroot into p5?
Exactly, what I did was to make a list of the packages that you uninstalled by mistake and also to reinstall the dependencies that were lost.

The log displayed the following information:
Start-Date: 2023-05-22 18:44:43 Commandline: apt remove curl python3 pip lxc xclip ca-certificates Requested-By: alf (1000)

And then a long list of packages that were uninstalled, including:

  • kwin-wayland and kde-plasma-desktop to login with KDE in a Wayland session.

  • xfce4-session to login with XFCE4.

  • gnome-session to login with Gnome.

  • Several python3 packages that are required for it to work.

And many others that are components of Kali.

I recommend reading the list with the help of a word finder in a text editor like Kate or KWrite that comes with KDE to make sure all the missing packages are installed. I'm sure because the list includes Kali system components that I'm sure you don't want to uninstall. Make sure the dates match (more or less) the time the uninstall happened.
Also according to the log you tried to reinstall it, is that true?

Start-Date: 2023-05-22 18:50:14 Commandline: apt install curl python3 pip lxc xclip ca-certificates Requested-By: alf (1000) Install: lxc:amd64 (1:5.0.2-1), python3-lib2to3:amd64 (3.11.2-3, automatic), python3:amd64 (3.11.2-1+b1), python3-wheel:amd64 (0.38.4-2, automatic), python3-pkg-resources:amd64 (66.1.1-1, automatic), cloud-image-utils:amd64 (0.33-1, automatic), mmdebstrap:amd64 (1.3.5-1, automatic), python3-dev:amd64 (3.11.2-1+b1, automatic), ca-certificates:amd64 (20230311), python3-pip:amd64 (23.0.1+dfsg-1), python3-distutils:amd64 (3.11.2-3, automatic), lxc-templates:amd64 (3.0.4.48.g4765da8-1, automatic), xclip:amd64 (0.13-2), curl:amd64 (7.88.1-9), python3-setuptools:amd64 (66.1.1-1, automatic) End-Date: 2023-05-22 18:50:23

Also the other registry entries seem trivial, they just show updates that were made to the system.

- I don't know what you want with ChatGPT? I never tried, cause I believe they should better destroy Skynet, before it goes online!
I simply used ChatGPT to ask it (and make sure by comparing the information) how to chroot with Kali and to get a command that I used to filter your log file and create a command to reinstall the packages, which is what is written in pkgs.txt
 

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OK, And how to use chroot the right way?

1.- Boot a Kali liveUSB.

2.- Open a terminal and run:

sudo fdisk -l

Identify the partition where your broken Kali installation is located.
According to your screenshot it should be:

/dev/nvme0n1p5

3.- Mount your broken partition with the command:

sudo mount /dev/nvme0n1p5 /mnt

Remember to replace the partition name with the correct one if I am wrong.

4.- Mount the necessary virtual file systems using the following commands:

sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev sudo mount --bind /dev/pts /mnt/dev/pts sudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc sudo mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys

5.- Switch to the chroot environment using the following command:

sudo chroot /mnt

6.- Once you're chrooted, run the command I sent you in the pkgs.txt file. You can open the txt file directly from Kali LiveUSB and then copy and paste the content (sudo apt install etc. etc.) directly into the terminal.

In case the terminal shows you a # symbol, for example [root@machine]# means that you are using the root user and you don't need sudo at the beginning of the command I sent you.

Once the installation is finished you must exit by typing

exit

And then typing the following commands:

sudo umount /mnt/dev/pts sudo umount /mnt/dev sudo umount /mnt/proc sudo umount /mnt/sys sudo umount /mnt

Then restart your computer and see if it boots correctly.

EDIT: if you open the pkgs.txt with Kate or KWrite it might ask you to "raise character limit and reload file" or something similar, in that case click "raise character limit and reload file".
 

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Paketlisten werden gelesen… Fertig
Abhängigkeitsbaum wird aufgebaut… Fertig
Statusinformationen werden eingelesen… Fertig
Hinweis: »powershell-empire« wird an Stelle von »starkiller« gewählt.
Paket libruby3.0 ist nicht verfügbar, wird aber von einem anderen Paket
referenziert. Das kann heißen, dass das Paket fehlt, dass es abgelöst
wurde oder nur aus einer anderen Quelle verfügbar ist.

E: Paket libruby2.7 kann nicht gefunden werden.
E: Mittels des Musters »libruby2.7« konnte kein Paket gefunden werden.
E: Für Paket »libruby3.0« existiert kein Installationskandidat.
Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree... Done Status information is read in... Done Note: "powershell-empire" is chosen instead of "starkiller". Package liruby3.0 is not available but is provided by another package referenced. This can mean that the package is missing, that it has been detached or is only available from another source. E: Package liruby2.7 cannot be found. E: No package could be found using the pattern 'liruby2.7'. E: There is no install candidate for package 'libruby3.0'.
It could be so easy, but it is not.

Could be partial from Flatpak!


Funny thing is, that on this procedure:
echo '#!/bin/bash' > restore
echo sudo apt-get install grep Remove /var/log/apt/history.log | tail -1 | sed -e 's|Remove: ||g' -e 's|([^)]*)||g' -e 's|:[^ ]* ||g' -e 's|,||g' >> restore
chmod +x restore
./restore
I get almoust the same respond!
Paketlisten werden gelesen… Fertig
Abhängigkeitsbaum wird aufgebaut… Fertig
Statusinformationen werden eingelesen… Fertig
Hinweis: »powershell-empire« wird an Stelle von »starkiller« gewählt.
Paket libruby3.0 ist nicht verfügbar, wird aber von einem anderen Paket
referenziert. Das kann heißen, dass das Paket fehlt, dass es abgelöst
wurde oder nur aus einer anderen Quelle verfügbar ist.

E: Paket libruby2.7 kann nicht gefunden werden.
E: Mittels des Musters »libruby2.7« konnte kein Paket gefunden werden.
E: Mittels regulärem Ausdruck »libruby2.7« konnte kein Paket gefunden werden.
E: Für Paket »libruby3.0« existiert kein Installationskandidat.
 
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It could be so easy, but it is not.

Could be partial from Flatpak!


Funny thing is, that on this procedure:

I get almoust the same respond!
Ah, I figured there would be a dependency problem. What happens if you run apt install libruby?

And sorry for the delay in answering, although I am answering as fast as I receive it, there is a difference of 20 minutes.
 

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Ah, I figured there would be a dependency problem. What happens if you run apt install libruby?
I already did!
Shit as well:
sudo apt install libruby
Paketlisten werden gelesen… Fertig
Abhängigkeitsbaum wird aufgebaut… Fertig
Statusinformationen werden eingelesen… Fertig
Die folgenden Pakete wurden automatisch installiert und werden nicht mehr benötigt:
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Verwenden Sie »sudo apt autoremove«, um sie zu entfernen.
Die folgenden zusätzlichen Pakete werden installiert:
libruby3.1 rake ruby ruby-rubygems ruby-sdbm ruby3.1 rubygems-integration
Vorgeschlagene Pakete:
ri ruby-dev bundler
Die folgenden NEUEN Pakete werden installiert:
libruby libruby3.1 rake ruby ruby-rubygems ruby-sdbm ruby3.1 rubygems-integration
0 aktualisiert, 8 neu installiert, 0 zu entfernen und 0 nicht aktualisiert.
Es müssen 6.474 kB an Archiven heruntergeladen werden.
Nach dieser Operation werden 28,0 MB Plattenplatz zusätzlich benutzt.
Möchten Sie fortfahren? [J/n] j
And I tried libruby3.0 as well.
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It was one of my first thoughts to use a text editor, to create the same .txt you send me. Search/exchange with...
But something told me that is too much shit. I think we should give up. I got my data. I simplyfie start again. I already installed my new Kali.
It was a great installation I had. It last for over one year. I learned a lot with it. And I think I should let it R.I.P.
 

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I already did!
Shit as well:

And I tried libruby3.0 as well.
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It was one of my first thoughts to use a text editor, to create the same .txt you send me. Search/exchange with...
But something told me that is too much shit. I think we should give up. I got my data. I simplyfie start again. I already installed my new Kali.
It was a great installation I had. It last for over one year. I learned a lot with it. And I think I should let it R.I.P.
Several times I have reinstalled due to my own mistakes, but what I find convenient is to make a backup copy of the directories ~/.config and ~/.local where the configurations are stored. And also ~/.themes, ~/.icons, etc.
 

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Any other suggestion?

I would suggest regular backups of all your partitions -- in addition to software or human error potentially causing data loss, all hardware fails eventually, and so it's not a matter of "if" a backup will be needed someday, it's "when". :)
 

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I would suggest regular backups of all your partitions -- in addition to software or human error potentially causing data loss, all hardware fails eventually, and so it's not a matter of "if" a backup will be needed someday, it's "when". :)
A month ago my hard drive died, so the backup saved me trouble.
 
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