2.6.26 kernel in hardy?
derek at pointerstop.ca
Mon Mar 2 19:38:07 UTC 2009
> Matthew Flaschen wrote:
>> can almost guarantee reverting to that kernel will break your system,
>> and trying to fix it while retaining 2.6.26 will cause you a lot of pain.
> That is simply over-exaggeration. One can alway install a new kernel,
> see if the system works as expected, if not then one can always just
> reboot in the older kernel. This looks like a no brainer ... what am I
Nothing. I completely agree. As long as you don't prematurely purge your
working kernels (which I've done more times than I can count) you just boot
into the new kernel until you find a problem that's more serious than the
ones that caused you to try it in the first place.
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