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edit: i found the error, when i do boot-update i see this: error bzimage not found

When you get the boot-update error can you see your kernel bzimage within /boot? In other words, is your /boot partition/zpool mounted before you installed your kernel image and before you run boot-update? This sounds a silly thing to check for however I have personally been caught several times with boot-update/grub issues only to realise that I had forgotten to mount /boot before copying the kernel image and/or running boot-update! 

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i see the documentation and the boot partition is mounted before emerge bliss-kernel, i really not found in /usr/src/linux/arch/x86_x64 the bzimage, please you can help me?

@skyark what i need to modify? and how?

 

thanks for the reply :)

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