In article ,
Larry Finger wrote:

> With a Debian-based system, it is very difficult to compile your own
> kernel.


Nah!

The bog standard Linus kernel has "make deb-pkg". You install the
resulting .deb package, then run

# update-initramfs -c -k 2.6.whatever
# update-grub

The proper Debian kernels do that for you, but there's nothing stopping
you doing it yourself.

I'm currently running a post-2.6.25 git pull. It fixes a lot of
wireless driver problems.

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Paul Martin