[CentOS-virt] How to reinstall/repair Uninstalled Kernel-Xen?
brett at worth.id.au
Mon Jun 14 00:44:03 EDT 2010
On 06/14/2010 02:13 PM, Wendy William wrote:
> I try to reinstall kernel-xen by doing:
> # yum erase kernel-xen
> But, after reboot CentOS can't start because lost kernel-xen
> Please advise how to repair and install kernel-xen again.
If you boot from the CentOS media and select "repair" you should be placed at a prompt
with the root filesystem mounted under a subdirectory ( I forget the path). Once you've
identified where that is you can copy the kernel rpm there or perhaps the tmp directory
under there. Then you do a chroot to the mount point before doing an "rpm -i" of the
kernel rpm. Then remove the rpm. Check that the /boot/grub/grub.conf file looks right
and that the vmlinu[x,z] file is in /boot.
Then write yourself a note telling yourself not to do that again. :-)
More information about the CentOS-virt