Les Mikesell wrote: > Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote: >>> >> You do know that you can set up yum to exclude kernel updates, don't >> you? If you don't want to play with kernel changes, don't update the >> kernel. What is so hard about that? > > Security updates? > Yes, it does take a bit of effort on your part to watch for security updates, and tell they system to specifically update them. Then again, you also have to reboot the system for the kernel update to be affective. It puts the responsibility on you to make sure you install the kernel security updates. That is your choice to make. But if you want to make sure updates do not break things, you are using the wrong distribution. When you are trying to use the wrong tool for the job, you have to expect it to cause you more work then using the correct tool. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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