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Sat Oct 14 10:48:12 UTC 2006
On 14/10/06, Scott <geekboy at angrykeyboarder.com> wrote:
> If I understand correctly there's no need for architecture specific
> Kernels anymore due to the fact that the Kernel detects the architecture
> at boot and configures itself accordingly (that's the non-geek way of
> explaining it - assuming I have it right).
That sounds logical and all, but upgrading my kernel to i386 was
something that _did_ help a lot. Hmm, I wonder if my kernel wasn't
automatically updateed when running dist-upgrade recently?
How does one go about checking what has been changed by apt-get? Is it
possible that apt-get updated my kernel back to generic?
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