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I've successfully installed kernels on remote systems, but always had
someone sitting by the machine to undo the changes if I screwed up.
The best thing to do is configure everything, check, recheck and
re-re-check, and then reboot with the new kernel. If it boots and
works, great. If not, you /did/ preserve the entry for the old kernel
in lilo.conf, didn't you? Ask the person sitting next to the computer
to type in the appropriate command-line on the LILO prompt and go
through the whole cycle again.
>>>>> "Sahil" == Sahil Gupta <sahil@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
Sahil> I am using Slackware 7.1 with the Kernel 2.2.16 I want to
Sahil> upgrade to the latest Kernel.. but, I only have remote
Sahil> access. How can I do this?
Raju Mathur raju@xxxxxxxxxxxxx http://kandalaya.org/