Can you show us the output of:uname -mrirpm -qa kernel\* | sortcat /etc/redhat-release [by toracat]
I can change redhat-release of course but how can ESX or anything else be reading /etc/redhat-release when the root volume is not even mounted yet?The kernel panic is right when root is... [by freethinker]
When I type uname -a in the console screen. It shows:
Linux debian01 3.2.0-4-486 #1 Debian 3.2.51-1 i686 GNU/Linux
According to the help of command uname:
3.2.0-4-486 is kernel release (uname -r)
3.2.51-1 is kernal version (uname -v)
What is the difference between kernel release vs kernel version? I think that the latest release means latest version.