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Re: F7 install Kernel Panic -



on 7/15/2007 2:11 PM, Bob Goodwin wrote:
> stan wrote:
>> On Sun, 15 Jul 2007 09:15:32 -0400
>> Bob Goodwin <bobgoodwin wildblue net> wrote:
>>
>>   
>>> What am I doing you ask?  I'm not sure myself but I have three boxes 
>>> running F7, two installed from the Live CD and all three work nicely, 
>>> however the one I installed yesterday is unhappy with the updated 
>>> Kernel.  I will simply not boot from that kernel for the present, no 
>>> doubt there will be another and when it comes along the situation
>>> will change so I've decided to let it slide until then since it's
>>> apparently not a recognized problem with a known fix.
>>>
>>> I thank you for your response and comments.
>>>
>>> Bob Goodwin
>>>
>>>
>>>     
>> Bob,
>>
>> Now that the system is fully updated why don't you do a 
>> yum remove kernel-2.1.26-1.3228.*
>>
>> and when that is done do a 
>>
>> yum install kernel-2.1.26-1.3228.*
>>
>> I think the version numbers above are right, but you can check.
>>
>> I installed exactly how you described *except* the kernel
>> update occurred after my system was running for a while and all the
>> updates were there.  No issues.
>>
>>   
> 
>     I am unable to remove the offending kernel using yum install
                     ^^^^^^                                ^^^^^^^
a typo?

>     kernel-2.1.26-1.3228.* or any variations on that theme, nor can I
>     install it.  No matter what it says there's nothing to do? 
> 
>     And from what I can determine Yumex can't remove anything at all? 
>     It's fine for installing ...  I never tried to uninstall with it
>     before but I see no way.
> 
>     So I guess the best I can do is wait for another update to come
>     along.  The computer works fine with the earlier kernel it's just
>     bothering me that I can't fix it.

I am sending this to you because I am also send three scripts and an
alias. Not that the list can't have them. Nothing secret here. But I find
them helpful.
-- 

  David

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