Before I start my own thread is this what I should have after yesterday's update.
That command works on mine and mine says 18.104.22.168-pclos3.bfs
Kernels are not part of the normal upgrade process. Kernel installations should be done as a separate installation procedure, and are at the user's discretion. The command;[root@fatman ~]# ls -l /boot |grep vm
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 25 Jan 26 20:28 vmlinuz -> vmlinuz-3.2.18-pclos3.bfq
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2237856 May 24 2012 vmlinuz-3.2.18-pclos2.bfs
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2250064 Aug 1 2012 vmlinuz-3.2.18-pclos3.bfq
...shows that I have two kernels installed; the vmlinuz-3.2.18-pclos3.bfq is currently set as the default, but I'm booted to the other one, as I haven't yet rebooted since installing it. This being an installation of the 64 bit RC1, I have no older kernels.[root@fatman ~]# uptime
11:07:01 up 13 days, 22:57, 5 users, load average: 0.77, 0.80, 0.63
Got to get around to rebooting, one of these days.