Re: Kernel boot selection
So, to get back to ya on this, when I did my upgrade, the F17 kernel did not install and take the place of the F16 kernel. So, I was hoping to change the config file but couldn't find out how to do it. So I did a drastic yum remove kernel* and then yum install kernel*. Throwing the wildcard in there pretty much fixed the problem I rebooted and then was able to boot into the F17 kernel.
Thanks for the terminal code PT. I'll save that one for next time.
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