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Debian Etch Kernels

This article will show what changes (related to the debian kernel images) can Debian Sarge users expect to see when Etch will reach stable.
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Users of Debian testing/sid are already familiar with these changes as they are live in Etch for a while.
So what changes will you see in the next Debian stable release? There are many changes, and this article will show the ones related to the Debian kernel packages that are available in the stable release. The examples shown bellow are taken from i386/amd64 systems as they are the most common ones (though most of the changes will apply on all available architectures).

You can also see http://wiki.debian.org/NewInEtch

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