Quoting Suman Gangopadhyay (email@example.com): > Respected Sir / Madam, > > I have tried a lot in upgrading the kernel of my DEBIAN 6.0 from version > 2.6.32 to 2.6.38. Every time, when i try to boot into the new kernel I > get stupendous errors which says to me that "UNABLE TO BOOT INTO THE KERNEL > 2.6.38". > > Tell me or Guide me through the steps by which I can upgrade my kernel > without any hassle. Hello, Thanks for your interest in Debian. The debian-boot mailing list is mostly focused on the development of the installation subsystem of Debian. As a consequence, there are few chances that someone can (or wants) answer to your problem. You would probably have better success in sending your mail to the debian-user mailing list. You probably need to give more details about how you upgraded the kernel on your system.
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