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Title: [Solved]how do I pin the kernel (hold) so that it doesn't update to a newer one?
Post by: livinglegend on 2014/03/18, 20:37:53
I would like to keep the kernel I have as it works - I don't want to risk a newer one.
Title: Re: how do I pin the kernel (hold) so that it doesn't update to a newer one?
Post by: towo on 2014/03/18, 20:41:50
Remove the kernel-metapackage and the header meta-package. So you will never get a newer kernel.
Title: Re: how do I pin the kernel (hold) so that it doesn't update to a newer one?
Post by: devil on 2014/03/18, 23:40:16
Our kernels are in general the most stable packages in siduction :)


greetz
devil
Title: Re: [Solved]how do I pin the kernel (hold) so that it doesn't update to a newer one?
Post by: livinglegend on 2014/03/19, 08:10:30
Thanks guys, when I have a good kernel that works with my old machine I like to keep it :)