Date: Mon, 27 Oct 2003 14:46:59 GMT
I just installed the newest kernel for redhat9. Now my new nVidia
drivers are not recognized. I would just rather uninstall the new
kernel and go back to my old. I have the option at start up to use the
old kernel, but I would like to remove the new one completely. I have
tried to edit the lilo.conf file and remove the reference to the new
kernel, but it still shows up as a option.
Thanks in advance,
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