Re: Multi boot kernels
From: Henrik Nordstrom
Date: Sat Sep 10 2005 - 18:13:09 EST
On Wed, 7 Sep 2005, Vinay Venkataraghavan wrote:
I am interested in knowing how to do is install a
newer version on a kernel while still keeping the old
Lets say I currently have Linux kernel v 2.4
and I would like to install Linux kernel v2.6. But I
would like to have it in a multiboot format where grub
gives me both options at boot time and I choose which
one I want to boot into.
This is usually the default.
Just create one boot entry per kernel in your grub config. The config is
most likely in /boot/grub/grub.conf.
On several distributions this is even automated for you when you install
the new kernel.
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