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RE: Recommended kernel?

Debian-kernel list, or bugzilla.kernel.org are where I've gotten most of
my information (linked from here by helpful people)

-----Original Message-----
From: Deboo Geek [mailto:knowledgeful@gmail.com] 
Sent: Sunday, May 08, 2005 4:53 AM
To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: Recommended kernel?

On 5/3/05, Rob Brenart (TT) <Rob.Brenart@tradingtechnologies.com> wrote:
> >They are in unstable, but they work fine in testing (2.6.10 does,
> >anyway; haven't used 2.6.11 but I'm sure it is fine).
> >
> >On 5/1/05, Vegard|drageV <vegardlr@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I will try these two candidates, but neither is availeble with
> >> apt-get... which line do I need in sources.list to get them?
> >> 
> >> On 5/1/05, a.list.address@gmail.com <a.list.address@gmail.com>
> >> > Just use Synaptic/aptitude/apt-get/whatever to install a
> kernel-image
> >> > package.  I'm using 2.6.10 right now; you might try that or
> >> > You can try them and pick what is best for you.
> FYI 2.6.10 has some issues with the clock and sleeping if you're using
> laptop.

Where do you get info such as this above one. The issues with some
specific kernel?

Please don't Cc: me, I'm subscribed to the list.

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