Ok, so thank you for clarifying that the update && upgrade should be run as sudo kaisen-update. Last night successfully made it 2.2 - 6.0.0. Overnight however I ran out of space (don’t ask, it happens) and now I cannot login at all. I assume it’s either the disk is full or cache is full or both - maybe that’s not the reason, I’m just guessing.
But now I cannot login at all. It boots to a login/password screen. I enter and then it hangs for a second and throughs me back to login screen. The credentials are correct. Booting to 5.19 gives me the same hickitty…
Any suggestions? I am able to boot into a live distro, but not sure what to do next.
Booted off a live distro (not Kaisen, but I guess Kaisen would work just as well).
Tried to access home folder - naturally, permission denied.
sudo chmod -R ugo+rw /path/to/folder
moved it to another disk and rebooted.
No, the permissions weren’t changed in the installed system. I had to change them to move stuff when I booted live.
What I’d like to know is why I there wasn’t a notification that, you know, “achtung! you’re running out of space. better free up some space or you won’t login next time and the system won’t tell you why”.