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Installing the 4.1 kernel in Fedora 22

asked 2015-07-08 04:15:40 -0600

kazade gravatar image

The 4.1 kernel has several important fixes (specifically for power management) for my laptop's chipset.

What's the preferred/easiest way of installing the 4.1 kernel on Fedora 22? Is there a COPR repository available or similar?

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answered 2015-07-08 07:07:18 -0600

Lêínfeva gravatar image

Hello, you can install the kernel 4.1 (available now for F23) in your F22, please be careful , in my case i'm using the kernel 4.2 and i don't have problem . no if you want test the new kernel here is the page

http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/bu...

just download this packages

kernel

kernel-core

kernel-devel

kernel-modules

kernel-modules-extra

kernel-headers

Regards !!!

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answered 2015-07-08 07:10:25 -0600

anishjp gravatar image

I think you should wait until kernel 4.1 is officially available from the fedora repos. If you install it now, you may run into problems as the other applications that you use in F22 may not support a 4.1 kernel.

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