ThanksQuote:> > Can someone help, how to update Grub so I can boot into linux. I
> > updated the kernel with up2date software on RedHat and followed the
> > Instructions to delete the old kernel files from /boot and now I can't
> > boot into anything old or new kernel. What do I do to boot into linux.
> > And Grub boot loader doesn't let me run any usefull commands. Thank
> > you. I tried to update Redhat 7.3 so it would let me boot into linux
> ... grub is a boot loader, not a command processor. NEVER EVER
> remove an old kernel until you are absolutely CERTAIN your new
> kernel boots without incident. simply use your CD#1 to boot
> and get to the partitions. (try knoppix.com for help)
Is there a way to do this without loozing date on my linux box And I
don't have a RedHat cd I installed it from FTP can I fix it with ftp
and not looze data on it. I have snort running on it.