Kernel RPMs now auto-install to boot partition
pgf at laptop.org
Fri Mar 22 10:57:02 EDT 2013
wow. somehow i didn't think this would ever happen. thank you!!
> Found some time to implement something that has been desired for a
> while: now when you install a kernel RPM on the XO, it will
> additionally auto-install to the boot partition, so now you can just
> install a new kernel RPM with rpm/yum and reboot and expect it to be
> used, no additional steps needed.
> The root of this strange behaviour (installing kernels twice) is due
> to the design of the update system, there might be room to improve on
> this in future as well, but at least this detail will now be less
> annoying to developers.
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paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
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