Starting fresh on my Toshiba A105-S2101 and want a custom kernel
After happily using my laptop for the last couple years I've decided to
streamline it a good bit. My hard disk that contains the existing
Debian Sid install has been replaced with a clean drive.
I believe I could get some speed with a custom kernel and would like to
know how much trouble it will be to create one for this laptop. Is
anyone running one on their (similar) system?
After I get the kernel compiled, can I just apt-pin it to keep it from
getting upgraded later? Examples?
Any information to help me along would be greatly appreciated.
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