# equo search linux-sabayon # Find out the version of the latest kernel image.
# kernel-switcher switch linux-sabayon-<x>.<y>-r<z> # Upgrade to latest kernel.
# eselect kernel list # Just a double-check that symlink is pointing to the latest kernel.
# eselect kernel set <n> # Where n is list number of latest kernel. Only need to do this if wrong one is selected.
ElGamal wrote:i just equo upgraded.
it then told me to manually remove a kernel, and so i did.
when rebooting, sabayon kernel is gone and i can only boot windows in grub...
what should i do to correct this?
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