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  1. #1
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    Exclamation add kernel to CD Linux

    Hello,

    Newbie question:

    I have 5 CDs containing a Linux 64 bits distro. All CDs are ISO images.
    How can i integer the newest Kernel (from www.kernel.org) into the CDs so that the installation process will use this newest kernel?

    Thanks

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    that depends on the distribution.

    it's not easy. i suggest installing the distro and then upgrading the kernel on installed system. or looking for updated install cds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoshi314 View Post
    that depends on the distribution.

    it's not easy. i suggest installing the distro and then upgrading the kernel on installed system. or looking for updated install cds.
    If only i could install Linux on my system

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    What problems are you having? I'm guessing there might be a bootcode or two that could work around those

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    I use live-helper for creating test images with a specific kernel. Of course you need em as Debian packages - best in your own repository.

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