Running Ubuntu on my T430 has been fairly straightforward and great until just now. After I used my Windows for some days, Ubuntu all of a sudden fails to boot. After I select Ubuntu in GRUB, I get the following screen:
Error: File "/vmlinuz-22.214.171.124-generic.efi.signed" not found unalinged pointer to 0xd0a26c68 Aborted. Press any key to exit.
Neiter does a live system
To fix that, I tried to launch a live Ubuntu to do things like update the packages and reinstall grub. But the live Ubuntu failed to boot as well, it only gave me the GRUB command line. Unfortunately, I don't know what to do with it.
I have no idea where a problem like this could come from. In Windows, Lenovo showed a UEFI-Update wich I thought I had deselected, but it might just have slipped in. Anyway, can a problem like this be triggered by a updated UEFI?
Starting in recovery mode doesn't help. I cleaned old kernels to have space on my /boot – partition again so I cannot try older kernels. Until now, the current kernel just worked for me.
As I don't have a OS I can work with in the moment I would be very grateful for any tips, hints or suggestions.