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Old 11-20-2012, 07:29 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by matrix200 View Post
Also at the same time I never touched kernel and if I understand correctly it resides in its own partition so probably still 4.1.0 from before the update
If so, you are lucky the machine even works.

The kernels are one part of a "matched pair", the other part is the file system image.
Because the kernel uses installable modules (a library-like thing).
Those (naturally) have to match the kernel, but are stored in the file system image.

If your running a 4.0 file system image, you need to install the 4.0 kernel.
Otherwise your trying to load 4.0 modules into a 4.1 kernel.
Like I first wrote above - your lucky the machine even works.
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