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Re: Kernel update process?

On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 11:04:40AM -0400, Danny O'Brien wrote:
> Sorry to have to post to ask for help on this basic task, but I can't 
> find a step-by-step kernel replacement procedure anywhere on the Debian 
> site. I've digested the Dwarf's Guide also, without revelation. Maybe 
> I'm not hunting properly?
> We're running kernel 2.4.18-bf2.4 -- is there a more recent version? 
> I've done a grep-available -P kernel|grep ^Package|sort, but the 
> results don't show a more recent version than 2.4.18.
> I'm familiar with "apt-get" -- can I use apt-get to update the kernel? 
> If not, what's the proper procedure?
> Thanks for any assistance,
> Danny O'Brien
Hi Danny,
which version? stable,testing,unstable.
apt-cache search kernel-image
will tell you what precompiled kernel images are available for your
then you can install the right one.
but read the read-me's before, modify your lilo.conf and run lilo.

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