On 6/9/21 2:33 PM, Ludovic wrote:
On 6/9/21 @ 23:07, Ulrich Windl wrote :
On 6/9/21 3:06 AM, Andrew David Wong wrote:

After updating today no kernel was offered; I still have:
# rpm -qa kernel\*

Somehow I'm missing instructions to get that kernel...

Hi Ulrich,

     please, re-read the QSB, you missed **security-testing repository** :

 > These packages will migrate from the security-testing repository to the
 > current (stable) repository over the next two weeks after being tested
 > by the community. [1] Once available, the packages are to be installed
 > via the Qubes Update Tool or its command-line equivalents. [2]

    The QSB provides the links to the documentation which explains how to update from security-testing, else wait ~2 weeks.

    The kernel update is only if you use `kernel latest` (i.e. 5.5 kernel), but you use a 5.4 kernel. The xen and intel-microcode update is for everyone.

    Same for your post about XScreenSaver : **security-testing repository**.

    I did all theses update on my Qubes-OS host, from now, no detected issue.

Ludovic is correct. The kernel update is only for people who are using `kernel-latest`, as clearly stated in the QSB. You would know if you were using `kernel-latest`, as you would've had to take deliberate action to start using it. If you never did anything to change from the default kernel, then this kernel update doesn't apply to you, and it's expected that you would not see any kernel updates associated with this QSB.

Andrew David Wong (Axon)
Community Manager, Qubes OS

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