On Wed, 08 Mar 2017 19:31:41 -0500
Bryon Adams <bryonadams(a)openmailbox.org> wrote:
I rebooted my raspberry pi today after not being able to ssh
into it under certain scenarios. When booting I now receive the
message "error: You need to load the kernel first" at GRUB. Recovery
mode generates the same error when I go to Advanced Boot Options. I
won't necessarily cry over having to reinstall as it won't take
terribly long to do so, but is there something I can try to resolve
this without reinstalling?
You can try loading a kernel.
You grub config is probably broken and does not load one. As in there
is either preceding error about failing to load a kernel or the config
does not contain the line to load one.
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