>> I have two kernel, of course, one is kernel and the other is kernel.old.
>> Now I want to replace kernel with kernel.old. Somebody says `cflag'
>> can do this, but stupid I am, don't know how to do, even reading man
>> page. Could any teach me how to do this ?
>> Thanx your follow up or e-mail.
>Your best bet is to use the "cp" command as follows:
> cp kernel.old kernel
>This will copy kernel.old to kernel.
If you do that, you'll cut your number of kernels right in half.
You can select the kernel you want at the Boot prompt. The
optional c-flag is used to record the change (me thinks). Do this
Boot: /kernel.old.or.whatever -c
You can do cinfigurations then by typing visual at the config> prompt.