You will be notified via e-mail when a new Ksplice Uptrack client is available, and you can upgrade the client through your package manager.
Ksplice Uptrack updates your running kernel in memory.
To enable autoinstall, set flag during installation. It is a scalable way to ensure that updates get installed quickly as they become available, regardless of when they are released.
Please note that enabling autoinstall does not mean the Ksplice Uptrack client itself is automatically upgraded.
Our Hi Fi Berry Digi and DAC boards are supported in the current Raspberry Pi Linux kernel. We can’t guarantee that every board will work with every kernel.
However, most distributions do not use the latest kernel, but older versions. However, if we know about issue, we will work together with the Raspberry Pi kernel development team to fix these.
Install the rpi-update package first and then update the kernel: Open Elec uses a very special file system layout and kernel. Wait for the Open Elec release with integrated Hi Fi Berry support. If you have any valuable data on your system, back it up before doing this!
The Linux kernel is an active interface between the hardware and the operating system. After sometime the kernel may become out of date, or you (the user) may require additional functionality that the current kernel cannot provide. is an archive in or tar.bz2 format: (linux-2.4.32bz2 (30.4 MB) or linux-2.4.32gz (37.7 MB) or linux-2.6.14bz2 (38.2 MB) or linux-2.6.14gz (47 MB).Unfortunately this HOW-TO cannot tell you what to install, but reading the help pages provided will give useful advice.After you have completed selecting the components for your kernel. Checking the Kernel Version After Updating You can also see a machine's effective kernel on the Web interface or through the API.You can configure your systems to automatically install updates as they become available.We recommended that, in addition to using Ksplice, you continue to use your package manager to update the kernel on disk as new kernels become available.That way, if a reboot becomes necessary (for example, after a power loss or a hardware upgrade), you have the option of booting into a newer kernel.A progress bar shows you the updates as they are being installed, as shown in Figure 3: Figure 3.Progress Bar During Update When the process is complete, the update list will look like Figure 4: Figure 4.The 6 means that it is a stable release (even is stable, odd is unstable). The 10 refers to the version number for the current 2.6 kernel.Depending on what kind of computer you have, you will probably want the most up-to-date version, so that it has the greatest support.