Re: Boot option question

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2008/4/15, Patrick Baldwin <[email protected]>:
I'm guessing this is an easy one, but I can't seem to figure out how to
ask Google right.

I just set up a dual boot Windows XP / Fedora 8 system.

I downloaded Fedora Core 8 i386 from the website.  When installing,
I modified the partition table to have a /home and a /share, but
that's the only changes I thought I made.

Everything seems to work fine now, except when I go to the menu
that allows me to select what to boot into, I was expecting to
find only XP (which was Other, until I changed it in grub) and
one Fedora option; I instead have two Fedora options, listed
as:

Fedora 2.6.24.4-64.fc8
Fedora 2.6.23.1-43.fc8

Why?

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Patrick Baldwin
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Because you have two kernel installed and you have also theoption to choose between different kernels.
Have a look to yout grub.conf file
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