How to change the GRUB configuration file with kernel 2.6.7
I upgraded my linux system to kernel 2.6.7 successfully, but I don't know how to update my GRUB configuration file so I can boot up the kernel 2.6.7.
So can you support and direct me with my inquiry?
Thanks for the help
you have to add something like this to /boot/grub/menu.lst
and also, /dev/hda1 is MY partition where is mounted root, to know which is yours look in /etc/fstab
then you have to reinstall grub with a "grub-install /dev/YOURHD" (if you want it in the mbr)
After you have executed make modules_install from the Linux source directory - most likely /usr/src/linux - and copied the kernel image file to /boot, open up the grub config file in your favourite text editor. The config file is usually /boot/grub/menu.lst or /boot/grub/grub.conf. A simple entry for a kernel image could look like this:
Also refer to your distribution's documentation, it could provide valuable information on how things are expected to work on your distribution.
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