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how to know?
I know how to find out what Kernel version I'm using, but whereabouts do I find out if it's the latest one?
I'm using CENTOS Enterprise 4.6 x86_64 on standard
I've checked centos.org but I can't seem to find anything..
probably the latest kernel is available for download with the latest release.
try and compare your version with those provided here:
kernel-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.src.rpm 60346 KB 03/06/2008 16:10:00
this seems like the new version, but that's for CentOS 5.1
maybe try the forum over at CentOS site.
[edited by: Mander at 1:09 am (utc) on June 11, 2008]
rpm -qa ¦ grep kernel
...but this only tells me what version I have.
Mander, I think I am on 4. (4 is still able to be used without security problems, right?)
How do I check these without having to register to a new forum (preferably)? :)
To see kernel version just type command uname -mrs :
|Linux 2.6.22-14-generic i686 |
Linux - Linux OS
2.6.22-14 - Linux kernel version
i686 - Hardware architecture
Doesn't that just tell me the version I have, though?
My problem is I cannot find on Centos (or anywhere else for that matter) what the latest release version is.. so I can keep myself up to date.
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