Updating kernel with slackpkg
Statically linked version of apk-tools is needed, otherwise it will stop working after libc upgrade (possibly in the middle of upgrade).
Many Slackware system administrator is going to love Slackware for this feature (Pat loves slackpkg too and he mentioned it in his email). - - - - - - - - - - - - HTTP request sent, awaiting response... If you have a slow Internet connection, you can deselect some upgrades and run 'slackpkg upgrade-all' command again when the first upgrade is finished. --2009-07-15 -- ftp://domain/pub/slackware/slackware-12.2/Change = CWD /pub/slackware/slackware-12.2 ... Error downloading from ftp://domain/pub/slackware/slackware-12.2/. If you are using nvidia driver, upgrading the Linux kernel would give you nvidia driver error when you are trying to enter x-window.apk add busybox-static apk-tools-static To begin, you need to update your Use statically linked version of apk to update content of repository: apk.static update Simulating upgrade is recommended in order to detect issues beforehand: apk.static upgrade --no-self-upgrade --available --simulate With no problems encountered or after resolving them, start proper upgrade: apk.static upgrade --no-self-upgrade --available When Alpine Linux is installed to hard drive, upgrading to a newer stable version is straightforward.To begin, you need to update your for instance) and if necessary, add references to the Alpine package repositories.When I start my computer after being shutdown, I got the kernel panic error.Fortunately, I have my /home directory in a separate partition.