[ATrpms-users] Finding RPM for kernel 220.127.116.11.65
jmastron at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 00:23:33 CEST 2007
(I think I mistakenly replied just to Paulo; apologies if this is a duplicate)
On 9/20/07, Paulo Cavalcanti <promac at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 9/20/07, Josh Mastronarde <jmastron at gmail.com> wrote:
> > This is a variation on the "where are the kmdls for 18.104.22.168-76"
> > question; I have read the archives and understand that Axel is in the
> > process of moving. That's fine, but I'm having trouble figuring out
> > how to get the most-recently-supported-but-not-latest
> kernel on my F7
> > box. The F7 release has 2.6.21-1.1394, which doesn't seem to have an
> > ivtv-kmdl on ATrpms anymore, and of course, "yum update" gets
> > 22.214.171.124-76. I've looked everywhere I can think of, but can't seem to
> > find a way to install 126.96.36.199-65 from RPM. Is there an alternate
> > source for 1-2 release-ago kernels?
> They are all here.
> Just choose the version you like for your kmdls and install the rpms
> Yum will always try to bring the newest kernel, for which we do not have the
> kmdls yet.
I may not have been clear in the question -- I'm trying to find the
188.8.131.52-65 kernel itself, not the kmdl's that go with a particular
kernel (because I want to update the kernel to the latest one that
*does* have kmdls). Unless I'm mistaken, atrpms doesn't have the
Actually, this may be moot for now -- it looks like kmdls for
184.108.40.206-76 were just built and released today, so I (and others) can
just use the latest kernel. Thanks Axel!
My question remains in general for the future though -- is there any
easy way to get a kernel that's not either the base ISO release or the
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