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#1 Barney

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Posted 02 June 2003 - 05:28 PM

Hi, I am very new to Linux, and I have just downloaded RedHat 9.0 and updated it. When I updated it I also updated the kernel from an old version to a newer version. The problem is that the new version doesn't work properly. If I boot with the newer kernel version it works fine at first, but when I want to shut my computer off it hangs when trying to close the eth0.
This does not happend when I boot with the old version of the kernel.

Can I delete the the newer kernel somehow?

#2 GhostSong

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Posted 07 June 2003 - 04:14 AM

Greetings ,

as root : rpm -e k_deflt --nodeps
rpm -e the source you've installed that too
--nodeps

Then reboot and start the installation of redhat
and install again the default kernel from your CD's


Farewell.




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