According to my knowledge the only way to update the firmware & the kernel is to execute "rpi-update" from the CLI.
Am i right or is there other cases where the kernel can be updated 'automatically' i mean without user intervention.
That is incorrect.grp62 wrote:the only way to update the firmware & the kernel is to execute "rpi-update"
Awesome, thanks, that's all I need. I should have been more clear with my question. I just wanted to know how these packages were built as I am tinkering with building these kind of packages myself.ShiftPlusOne wrote:For what it's worth, this is how it's built: https://github.com/RPi-Distro/firmware