Zbigniew Szalbot wrote:
> Hi friends,
> I have a test machine with a custom kernel, which I copied (as the
> handbook suggests) to /root/kernels/. However, I do not really need
> My question is how do I switch back to the generic kernel? Many thanks
> and all the best to you all!
If you don't have a copy of your previous GENERIC kernel, you can still
get one from the CD.
Here is an example, using a FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE CD:
# mount /cdrom
# cd /cdrom/7.0-RELEASE/kernels
# ./install.sh GENERIC
This will install it to /boot/GENERIC and you can copy it to
/boot/kernel if you wish. Or you can use nextboot(8) to boot it once and
see what happens. Keep in mind that if you have updated your system
(e.g. freebsd-update), this kernel may not be in sync with the rest of
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