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    Default how to start up with kernel-rt

    I have installed kernel-rt ( real-time)
    But how can I start up the computer with this kernel instead of the default?

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    Default Re: how to start up with kernel-rt

    Is it in the boot menu(when pc starts)?, and you want it to set it as default one?

    If i am getting you correctly, you can change it in YaST bootlaoder.
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    Default Re: how to start up with kernel-rt

    Yes instead of kernel-deafult I want to startup with kernel-rt ( real time)

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: how to start up with kernel-rt

    Did you tried the YaST way to set it up.

    YaST-> System-> Boot Loader
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    Default Re: how to start up with kernel-rt

    Yes kernel image is /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.31-rc8-rt9-35-rt but I forgot to set line rt-OpenSuse 11.1 to default in the bootloader options.

    works fine now thanks.

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