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Re: Can't Boot 2.6 Kernel -- IDE is a Module

Brian White <bcwhite@precidia.com> writes:

> Is this the recommended path to take?  It's what I've always done in the
> past, but I thought that perhaps it would be better to use a stock kernel
> and thus automatically get newer versions when doing an upgrade of other
> packages.

I don't believe kernels get automatically updated even though a newer
kernel is available.  Maybe a security fix kernel does, but normally it

John L. Fjellstad
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