[Arm-dev] Add Marvell Armada7k8k NIC (mvpp2) support patches
mw at semihalf.com
Wed Oct 3 14:09:51 UTC 2018
śr., 3 paź 2018 o 15:44 Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org> napisał(a):
> On 10/02/2018 10:12 AM, Marcin Wojtas wrote:
> > Thanks, my question is pretty much entry-level:
> > - what is the location of the most recent iso of Centos?
> > - how to upgrade its kernel to kernel-alt-4.14.0-49.13.1.el7a
> The aarch64 isos live here:
> Minimal iso will create an minimal install (basically, bootable with
> network, firewall, etc) and I normally use it as a basis to install
> anything else.
> Once you have a bootable install, this command will update to the latest
> everything that is installed (including kernel):
> yum update
> Once you have the update done, reboot and you will be running the latest
> Then you can install whatever else you want on the machine with yum.
> If you search on google fro 'yum centos' you will find many tutorials on
> how to do things, they are applicable to aarch64 as well as other arches.
> Here is one (ignore the subscription manager stuff .. that is for RHEL
> and not CentOS):
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