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Using KernelCheck on Debian Lenny

KernelCheck compares your running kernel with the latest kernel from kernel.org, compares the latest kernel with that posted in the Master Kernel Thread, and (optionally) builds the latest kernel automatically. More here

KernelCheck is a python program. If you do not have python installed, open a terminal and execute the command: apt-get install python as root to install python.

You can read more about KernelCheck here

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