apt-get dist-upgrade upgraded kernel source package!
I'm setting up some new machine, and I used apt-get install to get the
kernel source packages. This is the first time I've done this, rather than
just downloading the tarball.
The last night, when I ran apt-get dist-upgrade, it updated my kernel
source package (2.4.20, of it matters). I'm _very_ puzzled, I thought that
the version number got bumped when a kernel was changed.
Could some kind soul please clear up my understanding of how this works?
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