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Old 12-14-2004, 05:44 PM   #1
evasion81
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boot problems after yum update


hello all

i recently ran yum update for the first time in quite a while. it did its business and i approve all changes including kernel.

I rebooted the machine the next day and it failed to startup

I started it in "rescue" mode and viewed the boot.log. there were no new entries in there since the updates. I think there is a kernel problem...

Im quite new to all this and would like any help you can give.
i think it might have gone wrong...

What should be my first steps?

Should I try to remake kernel (never done before)
can i roll back to older kernel?

also, its using lilo not grub :/

sorry for all questions but spent hours trying to fix :/

Stewart
 
Old 12-17-2004, 11:50 AM   #2
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What option(s) do you have on selecting a kernel before booting?

You should still have your old ( previous ) kernel there. Select it and you should boot fine.

-Corey
 
  


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