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From: "D. Bolliger" <info@×××××××××.ch>
To: gentoo-user@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] Re: no matter what kernel version I compile, It says it's 2.6.19-r4 - SOLVED
Date: Tue, 06 Feb 2007 20:12:32
Message-Id: 200702062100.04973.info@dbolliger.ch
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-user] Re: no matter what kernel version I compile, It says it's 2.6.19-r4 - SOLVED by Gabriel Rossetti
1 Gabriel Rossetti am Dienstag, 6. Februar 2007 16:20:
2 > Harm Geerts wrote:
3 > > On Tuesday 06 February 2007, Gabriel Rossetti wrote:
4 > >> Hello,
5 > >>
6 > >> I emerge a kernel, let's say gentoo-sources-2.6.19-r5, I create the
7 > >> "linux" link, then cd inside
8 > >> and compile/install it. I reboot and I get lots of errors from modules,
9 > >> I do a uname -a
10 > >> and notice that it still says 2.6.19-r4, i then check in the /boot
11 > >> directory, and the links are correct,
12 > >> then I check my grub.conf and it's correct, I then tried
13 > >> gentoo-sources-2.6.20, still the same thing.
14 > >>
15 > >> Does anyone have any ideas?
16 > >
17 > > Do you have a seperate /boot partition and forgot to mount it before
18 > > installing the kernel?
19 >
20 > Harm!
21 >
22 > That's it, I never did that (not automaount /boot), but I decided to
23 > this time, so like you said, my /boot was not mounted
24 > so everything was right, but at the same time it wasn't....That was a
25 > stupid mistake on my part.....
26
27 # umount /boot; touch /boot/YOU__FORGOT__TO__MOUNT__BOOT
28
29 :-)
30
31 Dani
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