------- Comment #10 from trenn(a)novell.com 2007-02-15 01:54 MST -------
Best is you install the kernel with:
rpm -ivh kernel-xy.rpm --nodeps --force
Not sure whether you have to adjust /boot/grub/menu.lst by hand and add a new
boot entry that points to the newly installed kernel, AFAIK this is done
automatically since 10.2.
Like that, if you boot your old kernel, everything should be the same as
If you boot the new kernel, wlan or whatever kmp modules you need could be
broken. This can be fixed by reinstalling kmp packages later (the dependencies
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