Re: apt-get upgrade tries to replace my kernel-image
Jean-Yves F. Barbier wrote:
> Had the same (under 2.0.36), its because the executable version on CDz is
> 2.0.36-3, but when you compile, the version number is, by default 1.00.
> Change your revision number (read man make-dpkg) to a correct value, and remove
> the original kernel.
Ah, that makes sense. So apt-get thinks the version I have installed is
older than the "current" one.
Thanks, I'll check that out.
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