When I face several very annoying kernel bugs like
- Thinkpad T14S AMD Gen3 - drm/amd firmware bug since Kernel 6.6.8
- and Lenovo Yoga 7 Pro 14ARP8 fails to resume from suspend on kernel 6.7.4 on Fedora 39 Workstation
what action can I take to go back to the version that worked a few weeks ago?
To get a workaround, I think the best solution would be to downgrade the kernel from
6.7.4-200.fc39.x86_64 to 6.6.7
My question: how can I safely downgrade the kernel (and maybe the firmware)?
While doing some research here, I found it:
On Fedora subreddit:
Is this a good way to downgrade?
From Information for build kernel-6.6.7-200.fc39 I download link next to the kernel, kernel-core, and kernel-modules packages. Once the RPMs are downloaded, I execute:
$ sudo dnf install ./path/to/kernel-4.10.8-100.fc24.x86_64.rpm ./path/to/kernel-core-4.10.8-100.fc24.x86_64.rpm ./path/to/kernel-modules-4.10.8-100.fc24.x86_64.rpm