kernel removed -- please help
gunny at thewallens.net
Fri Apr 16 15:06:31 UTC 2004
You can re-install the 2174 kernel via yum from the commandline.
yum install kernel-2.4.22-1.2174
reboot and that SHOULD put it back in grub for you.
On Fri, 2004-04-16 at 08:58, Sandeep Shekhar Prasad wrote:
> I have done a really stupid thing!
> I issued the following command
> rpm -e kernel-2.4.22-1.2179.nptl
> and then rpm -i kernel*1.2174.nptl.*rpm
> and then rebooted the comp
> I wanted to switch from 2179 to 2174 kernel (as I was facing graphical
> bootup problems after the upgrade)
> Now the grub doesn't show the linux kernel to boot into fedora. I am not
> sure if 2174 kernel is installed or not.
> I cannot re-install the system, as I have some files whose back-up I
> didn't make and I donot want to loose them
> I have two partitions (made as default by anaconda - /boot and the other
> for entire sys)
> I also have windows installed in another partition.
> I tried to upgrade system through FC1 CD, but the upgrade/installation
> Help me, what can I do.
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