[ubuntu] Cannot boot after deleted old Kernel


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Hi,

I'm a bit sketchy on the details here and I cannot boot in to confirm anything. Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS. I have the only copy of important photos on the HD. Also it is encrypted.

I followed this link:
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Lu...moveOldKernels
and deleted what I thought were old kernels.

However when I put
dpkg -l linux-image-*

into the terminal it listed several kernel versions but as far as I can remember they were listed as
'linux-image-3' (then a space and then more details about the version)

Further down the list there was: 'linux-image-5' so I presumed that l was safe to enter:
sudo apt-get autoremove linux-image-3

Is there anything that I can do? Thanks in advance

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Hi,

I'm a bit sketchy on the details here and I cannot boot in to confirm anything. Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS. I have the only copy of important photos on the HD. Also it is encrypted.

I followed this link:
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However when I put
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Further down the list there was: 'linux-image-5' so I presumed that l was safe to enter:
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Is there anything that I can do? Thanks in advance


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