Kenn Humborg said
> And a note to the beginners out there:
>> DON'T DO THIS AT HOME.
>> If your new kernel doesn't boot, you won't be able to
> revert back to the old one.
Kenn's been bitten by fscked kernel syndrome !
Unless you save your new kernel as something else, and ADD it to your
lilo.conf instead of replacing the old one.. that way when you boot, you can
choose which kernel to go to...
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