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Re: i586 and i686 kernels: which one is the best choice?

On Oct 29 Paul Smith did spake thusly:

On 10/29/06, Lars E. Pettersson <lars homer se> wrote:
> How can I then *safely* replace the i586 kernel with the i686?

I did:
yumdownloader kernel-2.6.18-1.2798.fc6.i686
sudo rpm -Uvh --replacefiles --replacepkgs \

yumdownloader comes from the yum-utils package.

Thanks, Lars. I followed your suggestion and now I have my kernel replaced.

I, however, didn't. I saw this too late...I yum removed kernel then yum installed kernel.i686 and got a grubby error. Now my kernel doesn't appear at all in grub.conf

Can someone tell me the proper way to get it back? Or if there's no proper way that doesn't involve reinstalling using anaconda, just paste me their one so I can modify it?



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