new kernel, what did I miss?
grumpypenguin at qwest.net
Thu Nov 2 19:28:53 UTC 2006
On Thursday 02 November 2006 11:39, Kaj Haulrich wrote:
> On Thursday 02 November 2006 19:24, H.J.Bathoorn wrote:
> > On Thu, 2 Nov 2006 18:50:58 +0100
> > Kaj Haulrich <kaj at haulrich.net> wrote:
> > > Is this a change just for the merit of change, or is there some
> > > kind of logic to it ? - So far it reminds me of that silly
> > > Windows c:, d: e: etc... making it hard to find what's where ?
> > Hallo Kaj,
> > We meet again. ;-)
> > Good to find you still kicking, makes me feel right at home here.
> > :-)
> > Well on a side note it does make it harder to botch things up.
> > I've had some issues deleting a partition so as to enlarge the
> > one next to it. That would then get the partitions reordered and
> > renamed botching my fstab.
> > In some unlucky cases I'd only discover that when rebooting,
> > requiring a reboot into a liveCD or comparable to be able to edit
> > lilo/grub and '/etc/fstab'.
> > Take care that '/boot/grub/menu.lst' i.e. grub in Edgy uses these
> > uuidl's too. They can simply be changed back to /dev/hdaN et all
> > when needed. I found out the hard way. :-P
> Thanks Harm, it's always hard for oldies to get used to changes in
> really fundamental stuff like this....
> And: really nice to meet you again....(and I see quite a few from
> the 'old guard' here as well :-) )
> Kaj Haulrich.
think we ought to introduce them to the darkside ;-)
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