On Mon, Aug 06, 2007 at 03:29:14PM +1000, Paul Fraser wrote:
> Alain G. Fabry wrote:
> >First 'unload kernel' followed by 'boot /boot/kernel.GENERIC/kernel', but
> >it mentions
> >that it cannot find the kernel.
> >What can I do to boot my GENERIC kernel so I can rebuild from it and my
> >system will boot
> >normal again.
> Hi Alain,
> Try replacing 'kernel.GENERIC' with 'kernel.old' in your example. If you
> don't remember actually making a copy of your kernel and naming it
> kernel.GENERIC, you'll be more likely to succeed with kernel.old.
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Thanks, it works.
Somehow I though since the old seems to be in italics that you needed to change
with the old kernel name (which in my case was GENERIC)
Back up and running.
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