Did I do something wrong?
Fred wrote:No, not wrong, just quite risky. Look at my post in the thread below. In addition, you should keep in mind that replacing a kernel is potentially a show stopper in many areas. The decision to replace a kernel should be because it has the ability to fix some issue you have or you need some feature that it has. Replacing a kernel just because a later minor revision is available is not a good reason to risk the breakage that can/may occur.
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