Ed Greshko wrote:
Steve Croteau wrote:Thank you! Is there and easy way to get the original kernel to boot instead of defaulting to the new one?I would.... 1. Boot to the kernel you want to run. 2. As root, "rpm -e kernel-2.6.16-1.2107_FC5" and if you installed it "rpm -e kernel-devel-2.6.16-1.2107_FC5" 3. To be safe... Go to /boot/grub and check the grub.conf to ensure it has been updated correctly. The "default=X" line should point to the correct "title" grouping. FWIW, don't go updating your kernel stuff at the drop of hat. Wait a while and watch the list. When people start complaining....you'll have a clue as to the direction you should take. Remember "Fedora" isn't always "Stable".
This actually the first time a kernel update has bit me but thanks for the fix, it worked like a charm.