phb at hbsys.plus.com
Sat Jan 31 16:20:15 UTC 2009
is there anyone who can help to stop my head hurting? After a trivial
edit of menu.lst to fix a couple of options, I can no longer boot the
default kernel (Error 15: File not found), although I can boot from the
recovery version and, at the appropriate time, select to continue
normally. I can see no differences and therefore I suspect that I'm
missing the obvious, whatever that might be.
The relevant fragment of menu.lst follows.
title Ubuntu 8.10, kernel 2.6.27-11-generic
title Ubuntu 8.10, kernel 2.6.27-11-generic (recovery mode)
root=UUID=1d77c373-b6c8-41ba-bb0f-2f2a99d88df8 ro single
Whilst on this topic, I also tried to manually use update-grub to detect
the -11 kernel which should have been automatically added to menu.lst
(the relevant entries are in kernel-img.conf), but wasn't. It claimed to
be doing the job, but the result was an unchanged menu.lst.
Ant thoughts gratefully received.
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