Now, the kernel panics every time when I try too boot. Does anyone
know how to tell grub to boot one of my old kernel images in
/ ? I also can't remember the exact name of that old kernel,
so can I get grub to do an 'ls' in root?
Any other ideas are welcome! If you want the kernel panics,
I can hand-copy them...but it seems to be a known problem according
to RH's bugzilla.
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