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Re: grub update



> I think your problem is that you have a boot partition, but that
> partition is not getting mounted.  Notice that you are booting a
> kernel that is not there!  So GRUB can find it, as well as itself, but
> since it is not properly mounted (the /boot directory, that is) you
> cannot see either.  Also, you cannot boot your new kernels because RPM
> could not find the grub.conf when you updated your kernel.  I suggest
> removing the newer kernels, mounting your /boot partition, and then
> reinstalling the newer kernels.
> What partitions do you have?  (run "fdisk -l" as root)  What is in
> your /etc/fstab file?  I have seen someone else with this problem, I
> wonder what causes a system to not mount the /boot partition after
> install.  Perhaps fstab wasn't created properly?  Jack, how did you
> initially partition your disk? (With Disk Druid, or fdisk?)
> 
> Jonathan

i managed to get it updated successfully to kernel-2.6.11-1.14_FC3
however that kernel doesn't seem to want to work with my USB mouse.
argh!!!!! what gives with this? i had the same issue when i tried to try
FC4 - no mouse would work.

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