I have made a rookie mistake and I am hoping one of the very intelligent individuals in this forum can help me. I was following a guide to upgrade to 10.6.8 I ran the following
sudo mv /mach_kernel /mach_kernel_bad
sudo mv /legacy_kernel /mach_kernel
After rebooting i get the following error "Unable to patch 64bit kernel. Please use arch=i386 to use a 10.6.2 or newer kernel. Can't find legacy_kernel"
I assumed that the legacy_kernel was the one created by the nawcom's package for 10.6.8.
I have tried holding shift and typing : recovery=yes, -x , but that does not fix the problem. I am assuming the legacy_kernel needs to be put back, but I have no way of getting to the terminal.
Thanks in advance,