2.6.26-2-686', it is recommended that you install
linux-image-2.6-686. You may also use apt-cache to see a long description of each package in order to help choose the best one available. For example:
# apt-cache show linux-image-2.6-686
You should then use
apt-get install to install it. Once
this new kernel is installed you should reboot at the next available
opportunity to get the benefits provided by the new kernel version."
Since I have kernel 2.6.26-2-686 just as the Release Notes say, I thought I would have to install linux-image-2.6.32-x-686 (for example), instead of "
Can anyone help clarify please?