[SOLVED] Help squashfs error cant switch pc off

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OK so I flashed my linux lite iso, install went perfectly until I hit restart, have squash vs error and cant turn pc off or restart. What do I do now?
 


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It's OK, got it now, not sure what happened there....
 
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Booted back up and working normally now. Thank Goodness.
 

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fingers crossed
 
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Everythings fine, I've been tiptoeing through the system, enabled the firewall, tried most of the programs, watched a few YouTube vids, obviously after configuring Firefox for privacy. PC is running nicely (much faster) doesn't seem to be any driver issues. I'm well happy.
 

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if thats Debian based which i think it is have a look for Timeshift in repos
Linux Lite is Ubuntu based, and Timeshift is already installed. Lite also has a nice tutorial included about using it. @Wixen, it's well worth looking into Timeshift to recover from potential disasters. You might also look at @wizardfromoz's very thorough tutorial on Timeshift here on this forum.
 

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Yeah I'd save that Baby with Timeshift while it's working well :), it's been standard with LL since the 4x series began. Swing over to my Thread linked by Stan above if you have any questions on the subject.

@Wixen you have a few Threads under your belt now - consider swinging over to

https://linux.org/forums/member-introductions.141/

and meet a few more of the gang. Maybe tell us what part of Britain you are from.

I'll mark this Thread as Solved for now.

Cheers

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