[syslinux] FCR1: Syslinux boot disk after Kernel Update
H. Peter Anvin
hpa at zytor.com
Thu Oct 7 23:04:57 PDT 2004
Pasquale Imbemba wrote:
> I'm running fedora core rel. 1 on a dual system, using syslinux on a
> floppy disk as boot manager to start fedora. However, after up2date, I
> can't start fedora with the new kernel, as syslinux probably points to
> the old one. Kernel installation was done automatically via rpm (up2date
> online), but it didn't change syslinux parameters.
> What do I need to change in syslinux config in order to boot the new
> kernel version?
You need to copy the new kernel to your floppy disk.
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