Re: Multi-level symlinks for default kernel
On Tue, 22 Jul 2003 16:29:59 -0700, Mike Fedyk <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> Hi, I am wondering if anyone else is having the same problems I am
> with debian keeping the vmlinuz symlink in /.
> I have several systems where /boot is the only filesystem accessable
> by the boot loader because of software raid, or possibly lvm
> (haven't done this yet, but thinking about it).
> I regularly build my own kernels with make-kpkg, so I changed it to
> put the vmlinuz symlink in /boot, and changed my menu.lst file in
> grub to use this symlink to boot from.
From man kernel-img.conf:
Set to Yes if you want the symbolic link to the kernel image,
namely, vmlinuz in /boot rather than the default /. The old,
and very confusing, name image_in_boot is deprecated, since it
is the symbolic link that is usually being relocated. Defaults
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