My desktop PC is dual-boot: Fedora and Ubuntu. Grub2 is "owned" by Ubuntu. In Ubuntu /etc/grub.d I have a 40_custom entry for Fedora. Every time there is a Fedora kernel update, I must edit the 40_custom entry, boot Ubuntu, and run update-grub.
I'm planning to use fedup to upgrade from F17 to F18.
I have a problem after using fedup to upgrade fc18 to 19.
The upgrade seemed to go fine but, when booting, dracut times out and drops into the emergency shell, with the errors:
Warning: Could not boot
Warning: /dev/disk/by-uuid/<uuid> does not exist
The fc19 kernel (3.10.10-200.fc19.x86_64) will not boot, but the old kernel (3.10.10-100.fc18.x86_64) *will* boot, and up comes a seemingl