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Re: New Fedora Core 2 Kernel.



El Lunes, 14 de Junio de 2004 10:36, Mike Chambers escribió:
> But unless it's different than using regular single HD's, all you had to
> do was edit /etc/grub.conf and change the default=x line to match the
> newer kernel, such as default=0 (which is usually default for newer
> kernel installs), then boot away.

Without running grub-install ?
Only change this and reboot, nothing more to be done ?


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