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Re: How to use a particular kernel for only one boot

On Tue, Mar 06, 2018 at 07:35:37PM +0000, John wrote:
> I am still looking for a clean way to upgrade my Debian box.
> Background is that the m/c is the interface to the world from the LAN,
> runs headless, and is fairly difficult to access physically.  My
> attempt to upgrade from Whezzy to Jessie broke as it would not
> run/load the 3.16.0-4-amd64 kernel, and after a painful period I
> managed to get Jessie running with the Whezzy 3.2.0-4-amd64 kernel.  I
> have uploaded the 3.16.0-5-amd64.  What I would like would be to try a
> boot into the new kernel, but if that fails for the next and
> subsequent boots to be to the (working) Whezzy kernel.  I think I
> heard once that there was such a mechanism but  have not found it.
> BTW it is running grub.
grub-reboot (8)      - set the default boot entry for GRUB, for the next
boot only



Roberto C. Sánchez

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