On Sun, Mar 08, 2015 at 10:14:18PM +0000, Peter Robinson wrote:
> Another possibly dumb Cubietruck question:
> Can I configure yum and/or dnf to only install the 'kernel-lpae'
> variant? Currently a 'dnf update' will update 'kernel-lpae',
> *install* the (unwanted) 'kernel' and it seems to be a matter of luck
> which one becomes the new default at next boot.
Not used dnf on my CT yet but yum just upgrades to the next -lpae
version without issues
Ah, I see what happens: Because I had an old 'kernel' package still
installed, dnf was offering to update that one. The fix is to remove
every 'kernel-core' / 'kernel' / 'kernel-modules' package, so I
have 'kernel-lpae', and now it seems to only offer kernel-lpae
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