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Re: new kernel but doesn\'t show up in grub at system boot

Quoting zaggzigger <no-reply-gw fcp homelinux org>:

> I have exactly this problem - but I may be able to add a few facts.
> However, I am a newbie, so this might be a bit mangled.
> My system boots FC3 667, but I cannot find the vmlinuz-2.6.9-1.667
> (and .img etc) files anywhere on the system, whereas the 681_FC3 file
> (and .img etc) is sitting in the /root directory - but they don't
> show up on the GRUB screen at boot.  Somehow, the 667 files that are
> booting are in some location that cannot easily be found (by me
> anyway).
> I hope this helps, I have spent too long trying to figure this out,
> and I now don't think I'm learning anything anymore - just thrashing.
> --
> This is an email sent via the webforum on http://fcp.homelinux.org

Okay.  To get your new kernel to boot, it has to be located in the /boot
directory structure. I'm assuming this is where you'll find your old
kernel too.  You should be able to use it as an example.  For me, the
file to edit for grub is /boot/grub/grub.conf.


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