The problem is that someone has installed a /vmlinuz. Being
just a program, the debian kernel image package postinst assumes that
the sysadmin knows better, and does nothing. If you want the new
# cd /
# mv vmlinuz vmlinuz.save
# ln -s boot/vmlinuz-2.0.32 vmlinuz
and Re run lilo or whatever you use to boot the machine.
(remove vmlinuz.save when you feel satisfied). From this time on, the
upgrades should work better.
On a clear disk you can seek forever.
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