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I have an up-to-date version of the kernel in my install, 3.10.0-327.28.3, as installed by yum update.

When I boot into rescue mode, and run uname -r, the version is very old, 3.10.0.10.something.

Is there a way to install a newer rescue kernel? I notice with this rescue kernel version, I can't start networking, something about device errors. I'm assuming it is because this kernel is old compared to what it normally runs.

CentOS 7.2

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