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Old 03-02-06, 04:06 PM   #24
NightsPaladin
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Default Re: Linux Games

Seeker,

Yes, I was referring to the /boot/grub/menu.lst. Usually, if you upgrade the kernel via a package from SuSE (or any other for that matter) it automatically adds an entry into that file for you.

If you're compiling your own from scratch, it would require you to edit that file by hand. Usually you can just look for the entry that you use with the current Kernel, copy and paste that code, and edit it, accordingly. Of course there's always the possibility that your current kernel would be replaced by the compiled kernel, and therefore, require you to just edit that entry.

Can you post your current /boot/grub/menu.lst file, and whether you're trying to upgrade via a package from SuSE, or compile from scratch? (If you stated this earlier in your post, then let me know, and I'll re-read.)

Thanks,
NP
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