I have rebuilt the kernel and want to reboot with it, but I would like
to have an automatic failsafe so that if that kernel fails for some
reason, the machine will try again with the original. According to the
Kernel-HOWTO, I can do this manually by editing /etc/lilo.conf and
interacting at the console upon failure, but I need it to happen
I see shutdown has a -R option which runs once, but I haven't figured
out what exactly to do with it.
The reason I want to do this is the machine is in another city, so I
would rather not have to drive there if something goes wrong. BTW, I
am fairly new to Linux. Any help would be appreciated. I'm running
RedHat 6.2 on Intel.
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