Keep the current kernel when doing a kernel update through yast
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Keeping the current kernel installed should be the default and automatic behaviour for a kernel update through Yast! (Provided there is enough space on the partition that holds /boot).
Or it could be a setting somewhere to keep the last X number of previous installed kernels (where X should default to 1).
When the newly installed kernel doesn't work or has some issues. The user has an easy way to boot into a previous kernel, so he still has a working system.
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