SOLVED intrepid problem

NoOp glgxg at
Fri Nov 14 19:20:20 UTC 2008

On 11/14/2008 03:58 AM, Derek Broughton wrote:
> Bill Taylor wrote:
>> NoOp and everyone else, Thank-you!
>> I ran the commands and my system boots faster. If you men can stand me
>> for a while longer
> As long as you stop making new threads for every second post, please.  
> It's hard to follow when there are no threads.  I'm not 100% certain 
> what you did do in the end. Just keep replying to previous messages, and 
> don't change the subjects unless you're really discussing something 
> different.
>> I might, just might, get as good on Ubuntu as I am or
>> was on windoze.  I noted the commands in my notebook for the future.
> I'm a little concerned that you appear to now have a hard-code menu.lst 
> - the next time you update a kernel (today, if you keep up with 
> updates!) you'll have the same problem, because your kernel won't be 
> automatically added to the grub menu.  You have a work-around, not a fix.

Actually it should update just fine. I had a similar problem on one of
my hardy systems & after modifying et al it updated just fine from -19
to -21. The only other thing that I'd probably suggest is to

sudo update-initramfs -u -k all

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