New Update has no kmod for new kernel and new nvidia driver
fatkasuvayu+linux at gmail.com
Thu Jul 15 02:16:47 UTC 2010
On 14 July 2010 15:50, Rick Stevens <ricks at nerd.com> wrote:
> On 07/14/2010 01:12 PM, Suvayu Ali wrote:
>> On Wednesday 14 July 2010 11:38 AM, Rick Stevens wrote:
>>> The second could be the grub updater doing a similar thing and not
>>> making the new kernel the default booting kernel if kmods don't exist.
>>> It'd have to do a similar kind of snoop that yum would have to do.
>> The user can do this themselves,
>> $ cat /etc/sysconfig/kernel
>> # UPDATEDEFAULT specifies if new-kernel-pkg should make
>> # new kernels the default
>> Change the UPDATEDEFAULT to no
> "no" there simply means that grub should not make the new kernel the
> default at boot. It doesn't check to see if a kmod is available for
> the new kernel or if the user's hardware configuration requires one (or
> if the user is using a driver that needs one).
I'm sorry I didn't explain myself well enough. When I say user I mean
a user who has installed kmods on their system. What I'm saying is
instead of looking for a complicated solution which is going to be
used by a relatively small section of the entire fedora user base,
maybe its worthwhile for the person using kmods to manage this on
their own end by changing that setting. Then when s/he is confident
that they have the needed kmods, then can manually change the default
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