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is unprecedented, with a new major release approximately every two to three months.
Ah, the delicate yak shaving dance of updating my Fedora system's kernel.
Life will be easier when Wire Guard is in the upstream kernel.
Disclaimer: As some of our literature may have mentioned before, updating your kernel does carry a (small) risk of breaking your system.
If this is the case, it’s usually easy to pick an older kernel at boot time that works, but something may always go wrong.
Although it’s officially called a PPA, you cannot use it like other PPAs by adding them to your software sources list and expecting it to automatically update the kernel for you.
But if you install or update a DKMS based package, the Fedora setup only has DKMS (re)build kernel modules for the current kernel, not for any kernels that you may have installed and be waiting to reboot.
So if you're going to update some DKMS packages and also your kernel, you must update the DKMS packages first and the kernel second.
ZFS on Linux makes new releases only infrequently, but I don't run release versions; instead I use the latest development versions straight from the Zo L Github repo, where it sees ongoing development.
(It appears that Wire Guard currently updates roughly once a week.Instead, it’s simply a webpage you navigate through to download the kernel you want.