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Old 11-13-2008, 01:55 PM
Bill Taylor
 
Default ubuntu-users Digest, Vol 51, Issue 185

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I'm a compete noob, and even I know all he has to do now is edit the
menu.lst file to add the new kernel to one of the boot options. I had
the same thing happen to me when Hardy updated it's kernel but didn't
update grub to point at the new one.

gksu gedit & will open your editor in administrative mode so you can
open and edit the menu.lst file.

Later, Ray Parrish
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Ray, I tried that but I must not have typed the correct syntax. If I
knew exactly what form to type the new kernel into the menu.lst I would
attempt that once more but I do not wish to kill the system entirely.
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Bond servant,
Bill Taylor
Killer Spade 806 CE
1968-'69
Visit me @ Basic Christianity
http://th1ll.blogspot.com
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