*To*: debian-user@lists.debian.org*Subject*: Re: where to get patched older kernel for example 2.6.39*From*: Bob Proulx <bob@proulx.com>*Date*: Mon, 5 Dec 2011 21:43:50 -0700*Message-id*: <[🔎] 20111206044350.GA2901@hysteria.proulx.com>*Mail-followup-to*: debian-user@lists.debian.org*In-reply-to*: <[🔎] 20111206044107.GA2177@hysteria.proulx.com>*References*: <[🔎] CACAe89z=RGB-fGbzm-G2C0ck8Wt2y9+3K2G=NaEjP=EMeWj9SQ@mail.gmail.com> <[🔎] 20111206044107.GA2177@hysteria.proulx.com>

Bob Proulx wrote: > If you want to run the older series of kernel but with security > patches applied then perhaps the best source would be a distro kernel > such as the Debian Squeeze Linux kernel 2.6.39. It contains all of Oops, 2.6.39 isn't the squeeze kernel. That is from backports. The squeeze kernel is 2.6.32. Bob

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