kgordon420 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 10 10:43:46 EST 2012
On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 10:20 AM, Peter Robinson <pbrobinson at gmail.com>wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 3:18 PM, Kevin Gordon <kgordon420 at gmail.com>
> > Hi folks:
> > There is a new kernel displayed for the XO1 when a yum update is done on
> > vanilla 883 machine.
> > Being adventurous, I did the yum update kernel separately, then did the
> cp -
> > ..... instruction from the readme.
> > uname -a shows the new kernel is running.
> > However, it looks to me that the old kernel files remain in /boot and the
> > .../current ... directories. Some with '111005' in their name would
> > to me to be the old ones and the new ones would be those with '111026' in
> > their name
> > Is there any appreciable advantage to manually removing the old files, or
> > conversely is there any disadvantage?
> You should follow the procedure here
I thought I did :-(
I'm just installing onto a jffs2 XO-1, no building, just an install, so I
did the basics: an install then the copy. Did I miss something in the
install that left the old files around? The instructions didn't seem to
specify an install command, so I used yum update kernel. Should I try an
rpm command instead?
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