Wow -- this is weird, but when I try that the machine locks up
right after loading the old kernel, after the little -/|\ series finishes.
Additionally, safe mode and single-user mode are distinct. Is there a
boot -safe that will boot into SAFE mode?
Thanks for your help,
> Interrupt the boot countdown to get the boot prompt, then enter
> boot -s kernel.old
> > I managed to build a kernel that won't mount root. Furthermore, I
> > have a separate issue whereby the system hangs when I boot normally, but
> > works fine when in safe mode.
> > My question is: how do I load kernel.old and then run it in safe
> > mode?
> > Thanks for any help you might be able to provide,
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