Bigger /boot

The installer now sets a /boot size of 768M by default; more space for kernels and modules, plus disks these days can take it.

Incidentally, if you’re compiling new versions of your kernel, it’s a good idea to copy your kernel file to kernel.good, and then use that to boot if the version you then compile doesn’t work.  Someday, that will totally save you.

One Reply to “Bigger /boot”

  1. Hahaha, nice one with the backup kernel with non standard name, that isn’t overriden. Sooooooooooo true!


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