Quoting maximilian attems (email@example.com): > > + which will work with both old and new kernel versions. > > + . > > + The system configuration can be updated automatically in most cases. > > + Please choose whether you want this action to be performed. > > sorry to jump in late, but this added phrase might be a misguide. > > we already had a report of a non booting box by a user, > who choose not to perform the proposed action. > it came to surprise to him that he had to edit himself > fstab boot loader and so on.. From what you write, it seems that we then need to add something to say more firmly that users *really* should let this action be perfomed or be prepared to have serious trouble at next reboot. Something like: The new Linux kernel version provides different drivers for some PATA (IDE) controllers. The names of some hard disk, CD-ROM, and tape devices may change. . It is now recommended to identify disk devices in configuration files by label or UUID (unique identifier) rather than by device name, which will work with both old and new kernel versions. . If you choose to not update the system configuration automatically, you must update device IDs yourself before the next system reboot or the system may become unbootable.
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