Hi everyone, so I think this should be an easy one to answer, but it has me a little baffled right now, so any help will certainly save my sanity
I run Fedora 32 on my desktop and a Thinkpad, sometimes on the thinkpad the new kernel updates breaks some part of my workflow, so I hold back the last working kernel in order to stay productive.
To hold back the kernel I need to know the package for the kernel. On my desktop I simply do:
rpm -qi kernel
This shows me my installed kernels and I can simply add the package to versionlock
On my Thinkpad however, when I do the same command i get the message:
package kernel is not installed.
I guess there is a better way to find what package provides the kernel, any help appreciated.