Is this normal? I think they are supposed to report the same, but maybe I am just wrong there.
My setup is a multi-boot system using
rEFInd, and I select the kernel using
rEFInd at boot (actually, it is set to boot the latest kernel automatically, but I can manually select a different one).
I have a separate
/boot partition and a separate
/boot/efi partition, but both appear to be properly designated in
/etc/fstab and both boot correctly every time. I note this b/c my searching resulted in a lot of forums stating that the user somehow updated their kernel to the wrong
/boot --> but I only have one.
I did notice that the kernel that shows up in
uname -r (e.g., 5.8.3-2) appears as
Installed in the
Manjaro Settings Manager. Whereas the kernel that shows up from
pacman -Q linux is always the LTS version that is listed as
Installed (e.g., 5.4.60-2) in MSM.