Hello all, any help would be greatly appreciated as I'm kind of screwed right now. I have a lenovo T61 thinkpad and was running fc11 just fine and had been for about a month. I got frustrated with the lack of sleep functionality and installed TuxOnIce from here
. I guess it was for 32-bit though and I didn't realize it because when I rebooted to test it out it wouldn't boot and displays this message 5 times:
request_module: runaway loop modprobe binfmt-464c
On the site it says that the rpm's he gives you install the old kernel without deleting the old one. Is there any way that I can revert back to the old one despite the fact that I can't even boot?
I can press the ThinkVantage button and enter the BIOS thing, so if I get my hands on a live CD could I boot with that and somehow set it up to go back to my old kernel without losing anything (assuming I can find where it's saved).
Any help will be greatly appreciated as I kind of need my laptop asap. Thanks in advance for the help