Testing 2.4.x or 2.6.x kernels on Amiga
seeing all your discussing new kernels, I was wondering about the easiest
way to switch between kernels. I am still using 2.2.20 from Woody, but
would be interested in testing 2.4.x or even 2.6.x kernels on my Amiga. How
can I get (load .deb archive?), unpack (use dselect or dpkg?) and install a
new kernel with the option to easily switch back to my old kernel in case
the new one does not work?
I am mostly interested in a new frame buffer device driver. The clgenfb that
comes with Woody (1.4?) seems to have some serious problems.