Fedora 30 was going great until the kernel moved from 5.0 to 5.1, at which stage my wifi on my Surface Pro 3 refused to connect to some wifi networks. Marvel mwifiex.
Right now, in my list of kernels at boot, I’ve still got a working kernel (5.0.17). How can I ensure that is retained while allowing newer kernels to be installed (hoping the problem gets fixed soon)?
Either pinning a version so it never gets removed, or increasing the number of kernels retained on the system might be a good solution.