Re: Netinst Still Installs Trunk Kernel



On 2010-08-10 04:46 +0200, Carlos Mennens wrote:

I downloaded the latest 'Squeeze' Netinst ISO from the Debian site and
after the install was complete, noticed in the Grub kernel list it had
installed a Trunk kernel and was told by many that this is a dated
kernel and should not be used. Is this true?

Yes, this is true.

Why am I still getting
this 'Trunk' kernel from a Netint CD for a fresh install?

Probably because you are using a di-alpha1 ISO, and this is _not_
the latest but rather outdated (almost six months old). You could use a
weekly or daily build instead.

Sven


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