On Tue 29 Jan 2002 11:34, you wrote:
> One thing first though - Colm you mentioned that dpkg will rename the
> symlink /vmlinuz to /vmlinuz.old. Does this mean that if for some reason
> my new kernel is not bootable I won't be able to fall back on my old one
> easily? Or am I missing the point?
You should have sections with both /vmlinuz and /vmlinuz.old in your
lilo.conf, like this:
image = /vmlinuz
label = Linux
image = /vmlinuz.old
label = Linux.old
Then, if your new kernel doesn't boot, you can type "Linux.old" at
your LILO: prompt and get the old kernel back.
Colm Buckley : Systems Architect @ NewWorld Commerce
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