Probably should go in the kernel section and I'm not entirely sure how
to wordsmith it.
But basically, we now default to setting new kernels as the default in
your boot loader configuration when they are installed via any
mechanism (including just rpm -ivh) instead of just with a tool such
as up2date or yum. Only kernels with a package name matching the
DEFAULTKERNEL in /etc/sysconfig/kernel are set as default and only if
See bug 135161 for the longer description of what's going on.
Jeremy -- Does this look ok to you:
In the past, the process of updating the kernel did not change the
default kernel in the system's boot loader configuration.
Fedora Core 2.92 Test 3 changes this behavior to set newly-installed
kernels as the default. This behavior applies to all installation
methods (including rpm -i).
This behavior is controlled by two lines in the /etc/sysconfig/kernel
o UPGRADEDEFAULT â Controls whether new kernels will be booted by
default (default value: yes)
o DEFAULTKERNEL â kernel RPMs whose names match this value will be
booted by default (default value: depends on hardware configuration)
Looks good to me.
Jeremy -- Thanks!