Re: What can the vanila debian potato kernel do?
Read the kernel-config file at
(if you're using the idepci kernel, otherwise, look up a directory) to see
what's compiled in. Usually, my advice for upgrades to mission-critical boxen
is "if it works, don't fix it" unless you have a problem that you need to
upgrade to fix or a feature that you need. However, with Debian, it shouldn't
be too bad to upgrade, so I would be hesitant about saying that.
Lars Hallberg wrote:
> I do now have a working router using debian 2.1 an the vanilla
> kernel. It is working for my use ;-)
> I do plan to upgrade to potato. Kan I still use the vanilla
> debian (potato) kernel? Howe do I find out what the vanilla
> kernel kan do *before* i install it?
> What I do use now is.
> o 2 ethernet interface with routing inbetween (one to
> internett and one to my local net.
> o Proxe-ARP on the internet konektion (all my IP must
> use the same MAC-adress upstrem becuse my upstream
> radiomodem can only use one MAC-address.
> No masqurading or anything fancy.
> The system is in real use so I do not want innstall a not
> working kernel ;-)
> TIA /Lars
> Lars Hallberg Micro++ www.micropp.se/
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