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I'm running an arch linux server and recently switched to an lts kernel from the repositories. Since I'm not rebooting the server very often, I want a stable kernel that is supported for a very long … time. However, I noticed this specific arch linux lts kernel keeps getting updates. Some weeks ago I had installed the kernel 4.4.11 and now already a 4.4.12 update comes in. Being surprised about …
asked Jun 8 '16 by Waqar Lim
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I'm running a headless server installation of arch linux. The high rate of kernel upgrades caused me some maintainance headache and I therefore wish to switch to the lts kernel. I already installed … the linux-lts and linux-lts-headers packages. Now, I got both kernels installed but I'm a bit clueless how to continue from here. The docs explain: [...] you will need to update your bootloader's …
asked May 21 '16 by Waqar Lim
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Okay, after joe pointed me the right direction in comments, this is how I did it: basicly just install pacman -S linux-lts (optional) check if kernel, ramdisk and fallback are available in ls -lsha … /boot remove the standard kernel pacman -R linux update the grub config grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg reboot Note, for syslinux you'll need to edit the syslinux config file in /boot/syslinux/syslinux.cfg accordingly, just point everything to the -lts kernel. …
answered May 21 '16 by Waqar Lim