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Re: kernel update last night overwrote my grub.conf



---- Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net> wrote: 
> As in cleaned it all out, leaving only 1 of 20 some old entries I had in it.
> 
> I know a kernel update used to play with the default & fallback entries and 
> would delete 2 versions back, but it left the rest of the file alone so the 
> formatting damage was generally minor to fix.  Having it delete 20 some 
> entries that I'll have to re-create if I want to test something against an 
> older kernel is uncalled for.
> 
> Also, a recent ntp update removed /etc/rc3.d/S58ntpd, another bad show, and 
> explains why I don't see anything from ntpd in my logs till I started it by 
> hand after a reboot.

Thank God for backups, eh?
Sorry.. couldn't resist.
Steve


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