[ Kernel was updated, please reboot ]


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Hello Armbian,

 

how does kernel update procedure work?

 

There is the script [1] that indicates that kernel was updated. 

Is that updating procedure automatic? When does that happen? Has it user under the control?

 

Many thanks for clarification.

Rostislav

 

[1] https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/master/packages/bsp/common/etc/profile.d/armbian-check-first-login-reboot.sh

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2 hours ago, spinarr said:

There is the script [1] that indicates that kernel was updated. 


Its actually tied to board support package, not a kernel. In most cases this update comes together, sometimes just this package is pushed.

The change is done here and when BSP package is intalled tha file is generated.
https://github.com/armbian/build/blob/master/lib/makeboarddeb.sh#L46-L67

 

2 hours ago, spinarr said:

Is that updating procedure automatic?


Not by default.

This process is triggered when you run apt update and apt upgrade or its version via armbian-config wrapper.

 

2 hours ago, spinarr said:

Has it user under the control?

 

Absolutely.

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