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Bug#656877: Also seen on Thecus (iop32x)

On 22/05/12 21:25, Martin Michlmayr wrote:

> This is a well known issue which has been resolved in testing/unstable:
> flash-kernel (3.0~rc.2) experimental; urgency=low
>   * New kernel and initramfs hooks, new logic: flash-kernel always installs
>     the latest version according to linux-version and ignores other calls.
>     - Fixes installation of new kernel ABIs; closes: #550584.

Can we please get this into stable on security grounds then.

Currently if there is a kernel security upgrade then a user is likely to
do the install and reboot and think they are safe when in fact they are not.


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