The kernel-5.6.6 keeps appearing on the boot menu but I removed it yesterday.
Would be interesting to see what happens when you select/boot that second kernel.
Can you share the output of these two commands?
ls -l /boot/*/5.6.6-300.fc32.x86_64 dnf list --installed kernel\*5.6.6\*
ls -l /boot/*/5.6.6-300.fc32.x86_64 = ls: cannot access ‘/boot/*/5.6.6-300.fc32.x86_64’: No such file or directory
dnf list --installed kernel\*5.6.6\* = Error: No matching Packages to list
So…there kernel is gone but it still shows up on the grub menu even after rebuilding it?
That is odd.
That’s what I think.
Is there a conf file for it in
This is odd. But I can boot from the second kernel, and it doesn’t have a wifi option neither a bluetooth option. Take a look:
No, just this:
My computer has a Optane Memory. Maybe this memory is causing this?
Do you have more than one Fedora installed?
Can we see:
lsblk -o NAME,FSTYPE,SIZE,TYPE,MOUNTPOINT,PTTYPE,LABEL,PARTLABEL
sudo rpm -qa kernel*
Looks fine. That kernel must be there somewhere. You can’t boot off a kernel that doesn’t exist.
Lets find it.
sudo find / -type f -name vmlinuz-5.6.6-300.fc32.x86_64
find: ‘/run/user/1000/gvfs’: Permission denied
Why not search for any installed kernel packages with
sudo dnf list kernel* ?
Or look for kernel images in
It’s a lost case, I already tried everything. But thanks to all of you for trying to help me.
This just means a file with the specified name wasn’t found. (forget about /run/user/1000/gvfs)
Just leave the settings as they are, the distribution creators and maintainers usually design the system in a way that makes sense for the end-user. Just get used to see three kernels in the boot menu and all is good. (Are you dual booting? Because if not, you should not even see the Grub menu)
Yes, I’m dual booting. Fedora - Windows.
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