Re: Why is the kernel in testing so far behind what's current?
Patrick Wiseman wrote:
> The reason I asked is that network-manager has been freezing my system
> and the maintainer, who believes it's a kernel problem, asked me to
> test it against the latest kernel. But I really don't want to get
> ahead of, or out of sync with, where testing is.
This normally is not an issue for kernels, as they are rather distinct
from the rest of your debian system. Installing a newer version won't
remove the running one, so you'd be just one boot away from you current