I need to build a custom kernel, but I've already updated my system with "yum".
Some of those updates may include module updates (e.g. video drivers).
If I build a custom kernel (using these instructions
) and boot it, then I would assume the latest module updates would not be there.
Is this assumption correct?
If so, how do I re-update just the packages I need that include kernel modules?
Would an "rpm -aV" tell me which modules don't match or does it check the directories for the old kernel modules instead of my custom kernel and therefore tell me nothing?