Use cp to copy it to /boot and give it a meaningful name, maybe kernel24
or something like that. Then, make sure to update lilo.conf, and run
"lilo" before booting.
On 2 Oct 2001, at 17:22, Jeremy Smyth wrote:
> Quoting cybersean3000 at yahoo.com:
>> > I may be wrong on this, but I think the kernel or lilo expects boot
> > images in /boot. I do not know if you can leave it in
> > /usr/src/blah...
>> From the kernel howto:
> "After bzImage is successful, copy the kernel image to /boot directory. You
> must copy the new kernel image to /boot directory, otherwise the new kernel MAY
> NOT boot. "
>> Hrmph. I hope it's that easy.
> > Do you have a rescue/util boot floppy?
>> The veritable BBC :-) I don't need it, my old kernel boots fine. If I knew what
> caused xfs to go belly-up though...
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