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Re: Kernel Upgrade went wrong
At 10:02 AM +0800 3/1/02, Selvam wrote:
>I did a anoncvs on my machine to rebuild the kernel and source
>but after downloading updated sources, I recompile the new kernel
>with the steps given and when I reboot the machine
>it went into debug mode where it ask me to do either trace or ps .
>I couldn't copy the output to include it here.
>How can I revert back to the old kernel ?
Assuming you followed all the instructions, try this at the boot prompt:
boot> boot -a
boot> boot wd0a/bsd.old
That's off the top of my head & could be a little bit off, but that's
the general idea. Obviously, use sd0a with a SCSI disk, etc.
>Or is there a way
>for me to still run the new kernel ?
Doesn't sound like it.
>Your help is much appreciated..
Hope it helps,
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