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so it's very risky to reboot a computer with a new kernel or do anybody have some tricks to do that?
It's a trial and error thing, so if you don't have physical access to the system right now, you shouldn't do it (unless you have a serial console which lets you connect to your computer as if you were sitting in front of it, i.e. you can see the bootup process and everything else through this serial console).
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