I need Debian with kernel 220.127.116.11 Is there any way to force Debian with it?
I don't want to install and then compile version I need.
First off, with such a specific requirement, you should be aware that any kernels you grab from Debian have been patched. They're not pristine upstream sources.
That said, Debian stable uses 2.6.32.x and wheezy, I believe, will use 3.2.x. So 2.6.34.x was probably never packaged by the Debian kernel team. Checking snapshot.debian.org's linux-2.6 page shows that 2.6.34 was put in experimental, but that appears to be 2.6.34, without the .8. And of course, it contains Debian patches.
I think 2.6.34 has make deb-pkg, so it should be fairly easy to build the upstream source into a
BTW: If you're going to run 2.6.34.x, you should run 18.104.22.168 (the current release on that branch).