Re: debian 3.1 - how make it to support 2G memory
On Wed, Nov 28, 2007 at 06:20:54AM -0800, ann kok wrote:
When I install debian 3.1, I already have this kernel
Can I have 2.6.x kernel?
how can I get it?
I ran a 2.6 kernel when I ran Sarge. In fact, Etch's release notes tell
you to be using a 2.6 kernel before you upgrade. Just use your usual
package manager and search for the 2.6 kernel meta-package.
However, note that there are huge differences in module handling between
2.4 and 2.6. A more considered opinion would require us to know why you
are still using old-stable (Sarge, 3.1) instead of stable (Etch, 4.0).
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