Re: upgrading kernel
>kernel upgrades are independent of distribution.
>> So that's my goal... what do I do to update to the newest kernel
>> Debian's got on their FTP? =20
>If you want to use a compiled image:
> $ apt-get install kernel-image
>If you prefer to roll your own:
> $ apt-get install kernel-source
You have to add the kernel version number that you want:
kernel-image-2.2.17 or kernel-source-2.2.17, for example.
Each kernel release is a separate package.
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