How can a hard drive boot into a new kernel that I have not installed it on? WTF is going on? When I choose the hard drive with the old kernel at the lilo prompt, it boots up as the new one, and I know its the old drive cuz I can hear it working, the new drive is silent. The only thing I see is that at boot there is an error message about not finding some 2.6.10 files but on the drive that is supposed to have 2.6.10 on it I dont get the errors when It boots up. Either choice I make I get the welcome to Linux 2.6.10 message and uname -a shows 2.6.10 on both drives. Anyone have any idea how this could be? oh yea, and I dont have a /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.10, its just plain vmlinuz, vmlinuz.old or vmlinuz-ide-2.4.26 on either boot directory of either drive. I have tried to modify lili.conf with every vmlinuz version in the /boot directory and then run lilo with no error. Anyone have any other ideas before I go crazy
Thank for any replies.