Re: Which Kernel - Woody ?
> Can't speak for woody-packaged kernels but I'm using 2.4 kernels for
> and those come with APM modularized, rather than built in. One has to add
> apm in /etc/modules for it to be loaded by default.
That got me interested, so I checked. There aren't any packaged 2.4 kernels
for potato (stable) at the Debian site, so you've either got another source
or you _are_ running a woody (testing) kernel. I've never found a
prepackaged woody kernel that boots for me (Dell i2500). So my backup
kernel is 2.2.19pre17-idepci (from potato) - I can't run X on it, but I can
boot and fix whatever I might have done wrong compiling my own 2.4 kernel .
If there really is another source of 2.4 kernels, I'd love to know.