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howtos:slackware_admin:systemupgrade [2013/02/18 11:49 (UTC)]
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 </​code>​ Note that this command adds a "​initrd"​ line to the kernel section. If you let ''​mkinitrd''​ create a unique name for your initial ramdisk, then be sure to apply that name in the above section. \\ The "​initrd"​ line is not needed if you are going to run a "​huge"​ kernel. </​code>​ Note that this command adds a "​initrd"​ line to the kernel section. If you let ''​mkinitrd''​ create a unique name for your initial ramdisk, then be sure to apply that name in the above section. \\ The "​initrd"​ line is not needed if you are going to run a "​huge"​ kernel.
  
-  * Finally, run the "''​lilo''"​ command to make the change permanent and add the new kernel to the lilo boot menu. \\ Remember, you should always be able to boot back into a previous kernel in case the new Slackware kernel gives you a hard time.+  * Finally, run the "''​lilo''"​ command to make the change permanent and add the new kernel to the lilo boot menu. You can just run "''​eliloconfig''"​ if you are using EFI after upgrading Slackware and that will itself install the latest kernel on the EFI partition. \\ Remember, you should always be able to boot back into a previous kernel in case the new Slackware kernel gives you a hard time.
  
  

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