Bug#214441: debian-installer: should suggest a sane default kernel
On 6 Oct 2003, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
> I guess the best choice (unless one has very good reasons) would be
> the currently running kernel. We know that that one _is_ working.
Doesn't the installer kernel have many drivers (e.g.
audio) removed to keep it small?
> Type of pu is easy. Number of cpus is tricky. Unless you use a SMP
> enabled kernel you don't see the extra cpus in /proc/cpuinfo.
Is there a reason not to use an SMP kernel in the installer?
I've never tried to see if it works on uniprocessor