Re: [backports & security]
"Felix C. Stegerman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> * Also, since even backports.org does not seem to have vim 7.0 and
> kernel 2.6.16 (yet), what would be the best way/place to get these
> from ? Should I (try to) backport them myself ?
It is said that compiling your own kernel with make-kpkg should be
pretty easy. It generates a kernel package which you can than
install with "dpkg -i". Never tried it myself though ... Compiling
smaller software is generally just a matter of running "make" "make
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.