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    Upgrading PVE Tries to Remove proxmox-ve package

    Can confirm. Thank you and sorry about the game yesterday ;)
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    Update error :: (pve-apt-hook) You are attempting to remove the meta-package 'proxmox-ve'!

    They are working on a fix. Post in thread 'Upgrading PVE Tries to Remove proxmox-ve package' https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/upgrading-pve-tries-to-remove-proxmox-ve-package.149101/post-675210
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    [SOLVED] You are attempting to remove the meta-package 'proxmox-ve'!

    They’re working on a fix. Post in thread 'Upgrading PVE Tries to Remove proxmox-ve package' https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/upgrading-pve-tries-to-remove-proxmox-ve-package.149101/post-675210
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    Update error :: (pve-apt-hook) You are attempting to remove the meta-package 'proxmox-ve'!

    I'm having this issue too. I had to opt-in to "newer" kernel and did remove every other kernel after updating. That must be the issue here. I'm guessing, after installing any other older kernel, it would go through... Edit: I just tried to install the kernel package 6.1 and tried again, didn't...
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    The workaround in edit2 should work independently of the file system. You should update your kernel cmdline according to your boot status legacy or UEFI.
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    You are booting with grub and not EFI. You have to add those lines into your `/etc/default/grub`. Don't forget to run `update-grub` so it appends its content to all linux entries in/boot/grub/grub.cfg. Check here for more information: https://pve.proxmox.com/wiki/Host_Bootloader
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    Are you booting via "proxmox-boot-tool"? What is the output of following? proxmox-boot-tool status And in the meantime, please post your content of your `/etc/kernel/cmdline`.
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    It still works here. It's probably another issue. Is this a cloud server? Do they have some kind of remoting software for IPMI? Maybe ask them or double check your cmdline file and don't forget to create the initram with the new information. update-initramfs -u -k all pve-efiboot-tool refresh...
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    proxmox-kernel-6.5.11-3-pve Problems

    Ah sorry then. I think I'm already on UEFI with proxmox-boot-tool: root@Proxmox:~# proxmox-boot-tool status Re-executing '/usr/sbin/proxmox-boot-tool' in new private mount namespace.. System currently booted with uefi DCD8-7B59 is configured with: uefi (versions: 6.2.16-19-pve, 6.5.11-4-pve...
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    ZFS root booting to busybox, but no displayed command, message or error?

    I have a similar issue, with a twist. I didn't reboot after upgrading. While upgrading to proxmox-kernel-6.5.11-6-pve-signed I received the error "/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: compression algorithm inherit not supported" I have following logs also: Nov 29 14:38:11 Proxmox systemd[1]...
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    proxmox-kernel-6.5.11-3-pve Problems

    This is sadly not fixed. With today's update "proxmox-kernel-6.5.11-6-pve-signed" the issue still persist: "/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: compression algorithm inherit not supported" ... Copying kernel and creating boot-entry for 6.5.11-6-pve run-parts: executing...
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    Issue with arc_summary after upgrading to zfsutils-linux/stable 2.2.0-pve3

    Hello everyone, after upgrading the package `zfsutils-linux/stable 2.2.0-pve3` I get following errors with `arc_summary`: # arc_summary ------------------------------------------------------------------------ ZFS Subsystem Report Sun Nov 19 12:32:54 2023 Linux...
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    You're welcome, but, if you aren't sure, what every piece of that config does, you shouldn't just copy&paste it. So try to understand, would be my advise. You trusted some stranger on the internet, so trust again, when I say, sure, it'll be ok ;)
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    sorry, I didn't pay enough attention. Those lines should be added to kernel cmdline: So the workaround is this: echo " i915.fastboot=1 drm.edid_firmware=edid/1280x1024.bin" >> /etc/kernel/cmdline update-initramfs -u -k all && pve-efiboot-tool refresh My config looks like this: # cat...
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    I have the same cpu, it has an intel igpu, so the config above should just work as it is.
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    Yes, but the config is for intel igpu. Don't forget to do this afterwards: update-initramfs -u -k all
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    [SOLVED] [pve8] kernel: EDID has corrupt header

    Until the bug gets fixed, the workaround described in edit2 is the way to go.

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