I have a system with one 2.6.35 kernel, one 2.6.38 kernel I built from a koji src rpm and 1 rawhide 2.6.39 kernel I installed directly with yum.
Now that a newer 2.6.35 is out, I'd like to yum update my 2.6.35 kernel so I'll have those two in the 2.6.35 range.
But the problem is those newer kernels (38 and 39) make yum think there's no update that's available because they have higher version numbers than the new 188.8.131.52-90 kernel.
Is there someway I can make yum update to 184.108.40.206-90 anyway? I was thinking I could download the kernel and kernel-devel rpm files for 220.127.116.11-90 and do the yum install for them off the hard drive, would that work?