Does not boot Ubuntu after a power outage


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Dramatically cut down the electricity. After this, began to load Ubuntu and saw the GRUB console.
Tried poshamanit — 0 reaction, does not see the partition, I guess. What would you recommend to do?

P. s: the car is no cdrom'a, can, of course, to install but a pain in the ass.
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That's why we recommend /boot to make on a separate partition. Even if the root is going to fall off, can be loaded the kernel and init.rd, which will give the console utilityami.
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start with
\re2fsck -py /dev/whatever
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to make a bootable flash drive with Ubuntu will boot it and try the command from the previous post
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