[TAG] 2 Cent tip: Finding your Kernel using Grub
Kapil Hari Paranjape
kapil at imsc.res.in
Wed Oct 10 05:49:23 MSD 2007
On Tue, 09 Oct 2007, Ben Okopnik wrote:
> So... is it actually useful for the stated purpose, then? As I recall
> from Martin's tip, it was supposed to "discover" the available kernel.
I imagine your question is rhetorical. In any case, the answer is "No".
The "find" command is a useful way to figure out which partition you
want to boot from assuming that you "forgot" the correct name of the
partition. For example, this can happen because grub's device names
are different from the device names under linux.
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