The method is a little different, but the risks and consequences are the same. What happens to /var is independent of this too (i.e. you have an equally likely chance of trashing /var on any sudden reboot).Quote:
Originally Posted by Cheezmo
Probably a worst case scenario would be the same: you've been running a hacked tivo with LBA48 support in the kernel, and a TiVo-initiated "upgrade" puts you into a non-LBA48 kernel. That would be bad.
But the most common result would just be the need to reinstall your boot-time hooks.