unleet at qwest.net
Fri Nov 23 23:59:24 EST 2001
simple, you need to put the new kernel image in the same place the old one
basically, you just copy the bzImage file from
<path_to_kernel_source>/arch/i386/boot/bzImage to wherever your distribution
keeps the kernel image, then re-run lilo.
On Friday November 23, 2001 09:39 pm, you wrote:
> Hi all. Got a kernel compiling question for whoever can answer it. I
> downloaded the 2.4.15 kernel today and compiled it using the make mrproper,
> make menuconfig, make dep, make bzImage and make install procedure. I am
> running debian, and after running lilo at the end of the make install, I
> reboot the computer and the new kernel is not there. It is still reporting
> 2.2.18. Any suggestions on how to get my new kernel to come up?
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