RE: Kernel upgrade.
To all that replied, thanks... I am working on it now..
Debian rocks in comparison to other unixes and linuxes for that matter that
I have grown attached to over the many years...
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Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2001 4:34 PM
To: Chapman, Matt
Subject: Re: Kernel upgrade.
On Tue, Jun 05, 2001 at 08:41:38AM -0400, Chapman, Matt wrote:
> I am running the sparc version potato..
> I changed my sources.list for apt to woody and was able to do a successful
> apt-get dist-upgrade
> Now how do I get the new kernel?
With x86 architecture I would either
apt-get install kernel-image
apt-get install kernel-source
where one has to find the full name of the desired kernel-image and
kernel-source on packages.debian.org or by grep-available or similar
methods. I guess that this is similar with other architectures.
Of course when you get kernel-source you'll have to compile and install
the kernel yourself. kernel-package can help here a lot.
In case you knew all that, what exactly do you mean by
`how do I get the new kernel?'?
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