Kernel update or install

Rahul Sundaram sundaram at
Wed Dec 21 10:47:40 UTC 2005

Fajar Priyanto wrote:

>On Wednesday 21 December 2005 02:31 pm, Tim Lauridsen wrote:
>>Use update, it will give you newest and best fit kernel.
>>Kernels are always added to your system, the previous installed kernels
>>will not be removed, so you can always boot into a previous kernel from
>>the grub
>>boot loader.
>Yep, thanks a lot Tim. I'm using the latest kernel now. By the way, where can 
>I find info on what's new / change log about the new kernel?
If you want the package changelog. rpm -q --changelog <kernel-version>. 
You can also read the fedora announce-list for that. If you need a "user 
friendly" changelog of the upstream kernel, see

The full changelog is available from in Linus 
kernel. I will add that information to the release notes.


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