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Saturday, November 15, 2008

Upgrading software

Normally when you need to Upgrade the software we use rpm –U .


When rpm –U is used for the software it will save the old config file as *.rpmsave.
But make a Note when you try to upgrade the kernel the old kernel will be deleted.


Do not use rpm –U or rpm –F for kernel software Upgradation.
Always use rpm –ivh kernel-version.acrh.rpm


Boot and test the new kernel

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