[CentOS] New /boot/message file?

Sun Jul 15 20:51:33 UTC 2012
Keith Roberts <keith at karsites.net>

On Sun, 15 Jul 2012, Reindl Harald wrote:


> but what is the point to break your system to not 
> automatically maintain grub.conf in this context? what is 
> the advantage have to add the new kernel manually to the 
> config?

Good point again Reindl.

I've not broken the system, it's just I want to decide when 
the new kernel should be booted.

My reason is I've had the kernel version change and that has 
been buggy and broke my system. So I'd rather take control 
myself over when my box moves to a newer kernel version.

It's no problem for me to mount the GrubBoot partition and 
edit grub.conf manually, after making a backup of that file 
first, and then reboot the system.

Kind Regards,



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