As i had warnings over recent weeks that my boot partition was full, i looked for a solution and found:http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1435818
I applied simply the line for removing the whole bunch of kernels as explained there.
Everything was ok until i rebooted and now i only get a blue screen with memory counting and it goes no further.
I was told i possibly inverted boot order, and that i should just go in the grub menu then select the right kernel...
However, i have no idea how to do this. If i press and maintain the SHIFT (is that the one?) key at boot up, it does nothing and i eventually have to press F1 which brings me again to that blue screen.
I am using 10.04 LTS (server) and use the gnome grafic interface even though it's a server.
Thanks for any help on this