Installing new kernel over compiled one

Philippe Didier pdidier at
Tue Jul 1 07:18:17 UTC 2008

Smoot Carl-Mitchell wrote:
> The updater leaves old kernel images in place, but creates a new kernel
> image plus the related /lib/modules/<version> directory tree.  I think
> it sets the new kernel as the default at boot, but you can select your
> old kernel manually or change the grub menu.lst to use your kernel by
> default.
This worked perfectly.

 I was afraid that Grub destroyed the entry in menu.lst, but it still 
leaves it at the top of the list, so I did not have anything to change.

Thanks a lot.


IT Manager Neptune Concept

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