Hello, I am new member here...
Btw, I have question. Can I update kernel Fedora 14 to kernel 3.7.4?
If can update, can you tell me how to update the kernel on fedora 14?
Sorry for my bad english...
Short question is: should we always do a yum update --exclude=kernel-* to do an update in Fedora?
I was a bit surprised that when I got a new Fedora machine at work (it used to be Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)), the first time it started up, it asked me to do an update, and I naturally said yes, and for anything it asked, I just used the default answer (usually replying "yes" by pressing ENTER)
After I make some operations to update Kernel, my fedora 12 are stopped on the previous page of login, and also can not show the mouse point after the color of fedora logo changed from white to colorific in rebooting(it also spend several minues on this page, and then halt even I take a two hours' snooze and it still didn't change anything :( ).
I've downloaded the fedora lxde spin and wanted to install the ATI drivers so I follwed some guides and started by doing a yum update kernel, however it seemed that after the update (after rebooting in the new kernel) my wired usb mouse would stop working. If I uplug it and replug it in either the same or a different usb port it will work again for something between 2 and 20 seconds.
I have my new system working mostly how I want it to however I went to update tonight and noticed that it seems to be a more complete update. That is I think its attempting to upgrade to 12.04.1 and the new kernel.
Twice now, my Fedora 17 Beefy Miracle has updated its kernel automatically without updating kmod-nvidia. The result is that I boot and get stuck at the "f" symbol without advancing onto the login prompt. How can I link kmod-nvidia to update automatically whenever the kernel updates?
I did a yum upgrade from Fedora 11 to Fedora 12. I can still use the Fedora 11 kernel just fine. When I try to boot with the Fedora 12 kernel, it failed during udev with "Kernel Panic. Not syncing. Out of memory and no killable processes."