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Thu Oct 30 00:58:38 UTC 2008
Karl Larsen wrote:
> Derek Broughton wrote:
>> you _don't_ have to use the new kernel. If your old kernel is working,
>> and the new one isn't, the install
>> always leaves the previous kernel installed anyway. So boot into that,
>> and then see how you like the new Ubuntu...
> Not on a new loaded system. Just one kernel.
Then grab an old CD, boot to the command line, and install the old kernel
(in fact, you probably even have network access, so you could just get it
off the net). Obviously the old kernel was working for you, so go with it
(and score one for the upgrade vs. the fresh install argument! That was
one that hadn't occurred to me).
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