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Bug#343674: arm/netwinder: nobootloader gives wrong kernel path

> * Jurij Smakov <jurij@wooyd.org> [2005-12-24 17:46]:
> > Second, in the end of installation a screen comes up with the
> > recommended settings for the firmware environment variables,
> > required to make the machine bootable from the hard drive. Among
> > other things, it advises the user to set the kernel filename
> > (kernfile) variable to /vmlinuz.  However, in the installation
> > process the kernel is placed into /boot/vmlinuz-2.4.27-netwinder and
> > no /vmlinuz symlink is created, so the system is unbootable with
> > this setting. Either this screen should be corrected, or /vmlinuz ->
> > /boot/vmlinuz-2.4.27-netwinder symlink should be created.

What does
    ls -l /boot
Martin Michlmayr

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