In article <20051208075812usenet.piggo.com>, Troy Piggins says...Fire up synaptic. Do a search for k7. Install the obvious from there.> Bit embarrassed to ask this question, but come from redhat background
> and new to debian packaging...
> I have a AMD Athlon(TM) XP 2700+. When I installed Breezy it, by
> default, installed a 386 kernel.
> How do I install the AMD optimised kernel?
GRUB will be updated and the K7 kernel will appear in the boot list.
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