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On 10/11/2011 06:05 AM, Richard Shaw wrote:
> Since the kernel is not dependent on kmod packages then the kernel
> will get updated regardless of kmod availability. Until the new kernel
> is installed then the dependency of the kmod is not met, which is why
> they don't get installed until the 2nd update run.
I have never seen this happen. If the kmod is available when the
kernel's updated, the new kmod comes in. This isn't because of a
dependency, but because the kmod itself is being updated.
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