On 11/01/2009 12:51 PM, Dave Plater wrote:
Hi, I messed up my boot yesterday, probably my fault,
I was removing old
kernels and shrunk my boot partition to give extra to swap but when my
11.2rc2 system refused to boot I spent the whole morning trying to
restore the bootloader because my favourite tool kexec wouldn't work.
Instead it output "Reading legacy_max_head failed" and kexec -e simply
refused to boot anything.
I googled the error message and came up with an old bug bnc#383210 and a
patch by Bernhard Walle dating back to May last year. Is it possible
that this patch is now preventing kexec from working?
Another question is : where does the 2.6.31-10-desktop kernel come from?
I can't seem to find it in any of my repositories.
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