[lug] Using dnf to Control Fedora Kernel Upgrade Cycle

stimits at comcast.net stimits at comcast.net
Thu Nov 26 16:17:21 MST 2015

> There's not really any way I know of to get it to never touch the one
> specific kernel, but it won't remove the currently running one I don't
> think, so as long as you are booted in it it should leave it alone. 
> kevin
Thanks...I think what I'll do then is just figure out how to tell grub the 4.2.5-300.fc23 kernel is my default. Then at the next kernel update see if this caused my default to change or not, and adjust accordingly.
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