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27-Sep-2019 01:48

ELRepo to update the kernel in RHEL/Cent OS 7 as by default Redhat/Cent OS don’t allow to update the kernel version.

ELRepo is a community which creates updated stable kernel, Hardware Firmware’s and drivers ( for eg: Graphic Card, LAN Card, Sound Card.) and other packages.

n this article we are going to discuss on How to Upgrade/Update latest Linux Kernel Version in RHEL/Cent OS 7. Kernel is nothing but a base of any operating system or we can say core part of a operating system.

It’s interact with your all Hardware devices like Motherboard, Hard-disks, System Memory, I/O devices like Keyboard, Mouse.and manage it.

Suggested Read: How to Upgrade Kernel in Ubuntu With new devices and technology coming out periodically, it is important to keep our kernel up to date if we want to make the most of out them.

To show the current version installed on our system we can do: If we now go to https:// we will see that the latest kernel version is 4.12 at the time of this writing (other versions are available from the same site).

Those that are using RHN Classic management functions via the web or RHN Satellite 5.4 and earlier or Red Hat Satellite 5.6 and later should choose RHN Classic for now.

Customers using older versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux must continue using RHN Classic. System can also be registered via the command line by using the "subscription-manager" command.

As we know that BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) which is responsible for initialize all hardware and load the kernel in to system memory and Kernel is the first program starts at system startup by loading in to memory then starts the Operating System and then start all services.

Cent OS 7 comes with Kernel Version 3.10.0-229.el7.x86_64.

To show the current version installed on our system we can do: If we now go to https:// we will see that the latest kernel version is 4.12 at the time of this writing (other versions are available from the same site).

Those that are using RHN Classic management functions via the web or RHN Satellite 5.4 and earlier or Red Hat Satellite 5.6 and later should choose RHN Classic for now.

Customers using older versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux must continue using RHN Classic. System can also be registered via the command line by using the "subscription-manager" command.

As we know that BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) which is responsible for initialize all hardware and load the kernel in to system memory and Kernel is the first program starts at system startup by loading in to memory then starts the Operating System and then start all services.

Cent OS 7 comes with Kernel Version 3.10.0-229.el7.x86_64.

Updating the kernel on Red Hat Linux or Cent OS Linux is a very simple process.