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Re: How do a fix a non working kernel installation ?



Will chroot work when the target system has a broken kernel ?   It
keeps running the old kernel ?

I tried using rpm with --dbpath so that it used the F11 rpm data.  It
wouldn't run because of incompatible rpm versions.

On 7/16/09, davide <lists4davide gmail com> wrote:
> linux guy <linuxguy123 <at> gmail.com> writes:
>
>
>>  I am now running from a Fedora 9 live CD I had laying around.  I can
>>  see the hard drive and its partitions from the live session.  How
>>  would I fix the F11 installation so it runs again ?  Is it possible to
>>  do an rpm -e on the non running F11 partition from the F9 live session
>>  ?
>
> You can take control of the installed linux from a live cd with the chroot
> command using the command line.
> But you should know what you are doing.
> Basically it is very simple and powerful, but for this reason you can also
> break
> your system.
>
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