to boot a linux installation you need to specify the location of your kernel file.
You seem to have copied the Windows portion of the file, try using the other linux one as an example.
As far as I can tell (I dont know what the file name of your kernel is) it should look like this:
replace <versionnumber> with the version of the kernel you want to use. Also make sure that the path is correct.
Hopefully this fixes your problem,