[K12OSN] Install Unsupported Kernel Version

Jim Kronebusch jim at winonacotter.org
Thu Jul 14 14:59:26 UTC 2005

> > Also, say I successfully installed a new kernel like
> > 2.4.21-32.  How do I change the default kernel to boot from 
> > remotely via ssh?  It looks like the standard way is to 
> > choose it from grub on startup, but I can't do that from 
> acroos town.
> It looks like the command "grubby" along with the correct 
> syntax following will work.  Do I simply yum update then 
> "grubby --make-default"?

Or would I be better off with "grubby --set-default=kernel-path"?  If
so, what is the correct syntax for kernel-path? Would "grubby
--set-default=/vmlinuz-2.4.21-27.0.4.ELsmp" be a legitimate path?
(providing that kernel actually exists in /boot)


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