A question about NTFS
jvian10 at charter.net
Mon May 16 23:03:39 UTC 2005
On Mon, 2005-05-16 at 14:53 -0400, Matthew Miller wrote:
> On Mon, May 16, 2005 at 02:45:09PM -0400, Jeff Kinz wrote:
> > > it'd be nice if rpm depsolvers could automatically pull in updated
> > > kernel modules when the kernel is updated -- i.e. if the kernel module
> > > rpms were some how "bound" to the kernel. Currently, this doesn't work
> > > very well. There's been some talk on the Fedora Extras list about
> > > solving the problem, though.
> > That would be a nice feature, potentially hazardous though. Automated
> > updates into a production environment aren't always a happy making
> > event. ;-)
> This is separate from completely automated updates -- it's just automated
> depsolving. The upgraded kernel *does* mean that a new kernel module is
> required in order for the system to not be broken, and it's a situation
> current rpm/yum/whatever doesn't deal with.
Whenever I get a kernel update with yum on FC3 it always gives me the
kernel headers for the new kernel. AFAIK that is part of the kernel
package itself (at least rpm tells me it is).
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