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boot-update can't find bzImage


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Probably reading `man boot.conf` and considering the examples there will resolve the problem for you.  You will need to edit /etc/boot.conf to describe your setup for boot-update.  Especially notice that the line in the kernel entry that names the kernel, e.g.

    kernel vmlinuz[-v]

must correspond to your own kernel naming convention.  If the kernel in /boot/ have names like bzImage-3.9-gentoo then the line must be

    kernel bzImage[-v]

but if they are named like kernel-3.9-gentoo then the line must be

    kernel kernel[-v]

 

 

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