.That is strange since for me the installation of new kernels always
activated the new ones (including the needed boot loader updates) which did
not work and I had manually to go back to .3.4 one.
.Have you checked the log files if the installation of the kernels
(especially the post install scripts) worked fine?
.Also, is my understanding correct that you have flashed the internal
storage (NAND) of the cubietruck and you are not using an SD card?
Sorry for late ansver but... yesterday i reinstalled cubietruck to nand with
fedora 20 minimal and made yum update again. Yum update had no errors, but
still i ended up having kernel 3.4.75+.
[root@cubietruck ~]# uname -a
Linux cubietruck.congo.sk 3.4.75+ #1 SMP PREEMPT Tue Dec 31 17:15:56 CST
2013 armv7l armv7l armv7l GNU/Linux
rpm -qa |grep kernel
Attached logs journalctl. If anyone whats to check this out i can give you
ssh access to the Cubietruck.
With kind regards,
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