Updating kernel

06 Oct

DNF system upgrade can upgrade your system to a newer release of Fedora, using a mechanism similar to that used for offline package updates.The updated packages are downloaded while the system is running normally, then the system reboots to a special environment (implemented as a systemd target) to install them.Update Regulare Software: odroid:$ sudo apt-get update && apt-get upgrade Upgrade Kernel: odroid:$ sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade Get Kernel Source: odroid:$ sudo apt-get install linux-headers-odrobian-* This will keep every regular packages and application updated with latest software along with best kernel currently available.Also, sometimes upgrading your kernel won't remove old files which are taking too much space, you can do this to clean up your system from any old kernel images or headers.dnf-plugin-system-upgrade is a plugin for the dnf package manager which handles system upgrades.It is the recommended command line upgrade method for Fedora 21 and later (Except Atomic Host, which uses rpm-ostree; for that see Atomic_Host_upgrade).When a kernel becomes older, it should be updated, e.g., to the latest one, so you can keep receiving Ready Kernel updates.

Merge Changes /etc/ /var/named/etc/ /boot/device.hints# When upgrading between releases, should the list of Components be # read strictly (Strict Components yes) or merely as a list of components # which *might* be installed of which Free BSD Update should figure out # which actually are installed and upgrade those (Strict Components no)? More information about Free BSD security advisories can be found in Section13.11, “Free BSD Security Advisories”.Virtuozzo Ready Kernel is a kpatch-based service shipped with Virtuozzo 7 and available out-of-the-box on hardware nodes with active licenses.Ready Kernel offers a more convenient, rebootless alternative to updating the kernel the usual way and allows you not to wait for scheduled server downtime to apply critical security updates.You have to make a full system upgrade by choosing option number "2" from the menu.After that, go ahead and reboot your system to take effect through option number "15" then every single piece of software should be up-to-date automatically.