How to boot a Fedora 22 kernel on an older Fedora droplet?

I have a Fedora droplet I’ve been using for some time. I’m upgrading it from Fedora release to another one myself and I always change the kernel to boot in the menu provided in the droplet dashboard. However, now I asked support when Fedora 22 kernels will show up in that list and I’ve been told they’re not. So I asked if a migration to allow me manage my kernels will be offered and again the answer was no. Thus, how can I boot from my Fedora 22 kernel in my droplet completely upgraded?


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Great, thanks, I’ll test it.

– Ulisses

Hi! It looks like there was a bit of confusion around this issue. We’ve imported the latest Fedora 22 kernel into the system, and it should now be available in the dropdown menu:

Select kernel