Re: bigmem kernel
Olaf Reitmaier Veracierta <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On 04/03/10
12:16, Marc Auslander wrote:
installed the bigmem kernel package, should I then remove the
> my concern
is that if I don't, the next update to it will replace
with the regular kernel.
> False, the active
kernel is update instead of second options.
> or are
the installers smart enough to avoid that?
> No as smart
as you think, but they update the runing kernel version
> (first on GRUB).
I am confused by this and the
To be clear - I am only concerned
about the vmlinuz symlink. I know
package management works.
When I installed bigmen, it swung
vmlinuz to the newly installed
kernel, just as every other kernel
install/update I've done has.
So what happens if the normal
kernel package is updated. I fear the
update would swing vmlinuz to
the latest version of the normal
kernel. If this is not going
to happen, what rule would prevent it?