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[relnotes] [Fedora Project Wiki] Update of "Docs/Beats/Kernel" by PaulFrields



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http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Docs/Beats/Kernel?action=diff&rev2=110&rev1=109

The comment on the change is:
Simplify package naming and make consistent

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  Fedora [[GetVal(DocsDict,BeatsVer)]] includes the following kernel builds:
  
-  * Native kernel, for use in most systems.  Configured sources are available in the `kernel-devel-<version>.<arch>.rpm` package.
+  * Native kernel, for use in most systems.  Configured sources are available in the `kernel-devel` package.
  
-  * The kernel-PAE, for use in 32-bit x86 systems with > 4GB of RAM, or with CPUs that have a 'NX (No eXecute)' feature.  This kernel support both uniprocessor and multi-processor systems.
+  * The kernel-PAE, for use in 32-bit x86 systems with > 4GB of RAM, or with CPUs that have a 'NX (No eXecute)' feature.  This kernel support both uniprocessor and multi-processor systems.  Configured sources are available in the `kernel-PAE-devel` package.
  
-  * Virtualization kernel for use with the Xen emulator package. Configured sources are available in the `kernel-xen-devel-<version>.<arch>.rpm` package.
+  * Virtualization kernel for use with the Xen emulator package. Configured sources are available in the `kernel-xen-devel` package.
  
-  * The kdump kernel for use with kexec/kdump capabilities. Configured sources are available in the `kernel-kdump-devel-<version>.<arch>.rpm` package.
+  * The kdump kernel for use with kexec/kdump capabilities. Configured sources are available in the `kernel-kdump-devel` package.
  
  You may install kernel headers for all four kernel flavors at the same time. The files are installed in the `/usr/src/kernels/<version>[-PAE|-xen|-kdump]-<arch>/` tree. Use the following command:
  


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