Jettisoning Vanilla Kernel?

Todd Howe tehowe at
Sat Dec 22 05:10:54 UTC 2012

I've noticed that there's been a couple recent updates to the
low-latency kernel, and I was wondering (since why not avoid the step of
bringing up the GRUB screen?) if it would be safe to uninstall the
vanilla kernel and header and other associated packages.

Presently my desktop and laptop are running and I'd
like them to be on a strict lowlatency upgrade path, but don't want to
pull something out in synaptic that's vital, so it would be nice if
someone with expertise on this matter could advise? I use a wide variety
of applications on both machines.

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