RE: kernel-image 2.2.15
This happened to me last night. I made a quick and dirty fix. Probably there
is a better one.
What I did: I ran dselect and marked my kernel image as "on hold" (find your
kernel image in the selection list and type an "=").
Now apt-get don't try to upgrade my package anymore.
Anyhow this is weird, as I didn't have to do this before. Maybe they changed
the version number order, I have to take a look on that.
My 2 cents,
Paulo Jose da Silva e Silva <email@example.com>
Aluno de doutorado em Matematica Aplicada (Ph.D. Student in Applied Math.)
Universidade de Sao Paulo - Brazil
"Que o codigo esteja com voce" :-) ("May the code be with you") :-)