marcw at onlymooo.com
Fri Jul 2 13:37:14 UTC 2004
On Fri, 02 Jul 2004 12:42:49 +0200, David Jansen wrote:
> Yes, that's easy enough to edit. However, in RH9 and FC1 the new updated
> kernel always became the default. Why was this changed? up2date even
> suggests users to reboot if it sees a newer kernel is installed than the
> one that is running, but at the reboot the user has to select a kernel
> different from the default.
> How many users will think they have all the bugfixes in place but are
> actually still running with FC2's orriginal kernel?
> Is there a way to change the behaviour of up2date or rpm at kernel
> upgrades or a way to script detection of a new kernel and modification in
I couldn't agree more. There's even a bug posted about this from a
few weeks which no one has yet acted upon:
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