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How to restore a system after accidentally removing all kernels?

I was trying to remove some older versions of my kernel to decrease the GRUB menu size. And I removed even the newer ones by mistake and did sudo update-grub. Now, I get grub menu but have no linux options. Can someone please help me how to solve this?

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marked as duplicate by Lekensteyn, hhlp, Jorge Castro, htorque, Marco Ceppi Jun 6 '11 at 11:58

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You'd need to start a live CD, access your installation and install the kernel again.

Look at this answer about how to access your installation via chroot. Ignore step 6 and do this instead:

apt-get install linux-generic linux-headers-generic
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