While doing a routine Safe Upgrade via Sparky Aptus the electricity went off (and I was not using an Uninterruptible Power Supply).
Now the system won't boot, even if I choose the recovery option (which I generally had to do anyway, before that happened).
What happens now is, after I select Sparky Multimedia Edition 64 bit from the Grub Menu (the default) and the recovery mode, the system looks for what's installed and recycles continuously after finding the logitec optical mouse.
I also booted the Sparky Multimedia Edition 64 bit CD but don't see a recuperation option and doing a fresh installation of everything I had installed is going to time consuming. (I had intended to perform a remastersys on the installation to transfer it to other machines but hadn't gotten around to it, unfortunately).
Otherwise, there was no data loss, since that is kept in a separate partition and backed up.
Any idea about what I could do to recover my Sparky Multimedia Edition 64 bit installation? (i.e. change boot parameters or chroot in)?
Thanks in advance for your response.
(I got an old Fedora 23 Xfce installation working OK for the time being, but Sparky was performing very well and with more options. I'd like to fix it).