Re: lock kernel upgrade
> Therefore ... if you didn't read between the lines here ... this
> properly belongs as a live-config (run-time) configuration.
I have added on my live-config configuration this option:
and I have added this lock-kernel file in
apt-mark hold linux-image-`uname -r`
what's wrong in my configuration? is this a way for lock my kernel?
if not, what is the best way to run a script on first boot?