About Compiling Kernel
My box is on debian/testing, and I have compiled kernel by the debian
way. Because it's testing and kernel-patches are often provided, I
wonder whether I have to compile the kernel again after retrieving a
kernel patch or even a new kernel via aptitude full-upgrade operation.
Thanks for your suggestions.
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