On Fri, May 7, 2021 at 8:33 AM Michael D. Setzer II via kernel
Just updated machine to an SDD drive, and then upgrade
to Fedora 33. Still had old recue kernel so removed the
files. Expected it to build new kernel after upgrade
kernel, but no entries created.
It would be unwise to create a rescue kernel with a kernel update, as
you never know if it booted. The installer will create a rescue from
the install kernel, A it had to boot in order to install.
Use to use this to created new ones before, but the script
doesn't exist on the Fedora 33.
$(uname -r) /boot/vmlinuz-$(uname -r)
Found a somewhat similar file, but no instructions.
Is there a process that needs to be one. Have a machine I
am planning on moving to a new motherboard, and
wanted to setup its rescue kernel, since new motherboard
might have hardware that isn't in the current setup?
If you delete your existing rescue kernel (safer to rename it until
you have tested the new one), installing a new kernel will create a
rescue. Nothing special for you to do other than removing it, and
installing a new kernel.