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You can submit a ticket to have a custom kernel imported to a machine. turn around time is not great but I’m in the process of getting a grsec patched kernel imported. Any future modifications would also require a ticket.
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After rebooting our droplet the installed kernel (3.10.0-123.8.1.el7.886_64) no longer matches the kernel under Droplet/Settings/Kernel. As a matter of fact the droplet kernel isn't even available in the dropdown list for us to select. Through...
Currently returns a 404 code? I can not run ```pacman -Syu``` inside my droplet
Do I need to enable it this way? I am running Centos 7
systemctl enable systemd-tmpfiles-clean.service
What would be the implications?
This is where the sample application is and I just want to familiarize myself with the filing structure. Any info is appreciated. I am relatively new to linux and the typical directory structure.