I have a Droplet that I have been trying to get access back to via eth0 however have failed at everything i have attempted to do. What happened was I updated my Droplet today to apply all patches to my CentOS 6.4 instance. It installed the latest kernel that came from the REPO and it removed the other kernels on the system. I did not realize that the Droplet doesn’t really use the kernels that is configured inside your Linux instance. The problem I am having is the kernels that are available to me from within the “Console” settings none of them work allowing me to have an eth0 device. I am assuming because on the boot it is looking for the kernel modules to exist inside my instance but they do not. Now that I no longer have Internet access I am unable to reinstall the kernel versions that I need to have there in order for the system to boot, so I am inbetween a rock and a hard place.
I don’t want to loose any data on my instance and I don’t see any easy way to either get my data moved off this instance onto another or to regain my “eth0” device so I can get it back onto the Internet.
If anyone can Help this would be great!!!
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