I am running Fedora 15 on a second machine.
I had trouble booting Linux and I found that while grub started off trying to boot vmlinuz-2.6.43, I had to backtrack to vmlinuz-2.6.42 in order to boot.
rpm -qa | grep kernel
shows both kernel packages installed and
rpm -ql ...
shows the newer kernel should be in /boot, but it isn't. Apparentely, the kernel upgrade failed to install those files in /boot but it did change grub.conf. How might that have happened?
And what should I do about it? Should I try to reinstall that kernel package? Of should I just wait for a kernel upgrade? Or is Fedora 15 past updating, in which case, I guess I should upgrade to Fedora 16 or 17.
I am a bit reluctant to upgrade to Fedora 17 since when I did that with my main machine, EasyBCD stopped working for dual booting, and I still haven't completely resolved that problem.