Am 21.09.2011 16:45, schrieb Michal Marek:
Thanks for the thorough testing!
whatever reason the /boot/do_purge_kernels file is not created
after the installation of a new kernel so that, as a result of this, the
purge-kernels script will not be executed on the next reboot.
This is something I don't understand since it has been working in the
past and the only change I did to the two systems was to use the
purge-kernels script of the new mkinitrd package.
This is created by the kernel %post, but you were using the 11.4 kernel,
which did not have this feature yet.
Thanks for the info. Although I am sure now that it will work with newer
kernels, I'll wait for the mkinitrd package to appear in factory and for
a new kernel and will keep on testing. I'll keep you posted.
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