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Re: Experimental kernel on sid

On Lu, 20 dec 10, 09:20:31, Brad Alexander wrote:
> It's been a long time since I went off-grid and used a kernel from
> experimental. So forgive me, my memory is not what it used to be.
> Here is my problem:
> I don't see a 2.6.36 kernel for amd64, however the kbuild for 2.6.36
> is available. I also see a 2.6.37rc5 kernel for amd64, but no kbuild
> for 2.6.37. I am running the amd64 kernel on a 686 system because of a
> time issue that occurred a while back. I need to rebuild the system,
> but I have a ton of data to migrate to the file server. In any case,
> what is the best approach to a newer kernel?

linux-image-2.6.36-trunk-amd64 is indeed not available in the 
repositories anymore, but you can get it from snapshot.debian.org

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