currently I am having lot's of fun with
apt-get - and the bad thing is, it was my own fault. I had enabled the
testing packages in
/etc/apt/sources.list to install a certain package. And I told my system do
apt-get dist-upgrade. Everything worked fine, but now I am trying to get back to the
stableupdated - and I fail...
When trying to do the
apt-get dist-upgrade, i get the following information:
The following packages will be REMOVED: linux-image-3.10-3-amd64 The following NEW packages will be installed: libcgi-fast-perl libfcgi-perl libyaml-syck-perl The following packages will be DOWNGRADED: initramfs-tools libdate-manip-perl munin munin-common
Well, that's okay, but when I am try to do this, I get a warning in bold friendly red letters:
You are running a kernel (version 3.10-3-amd64) and attempting to remove the same version. ... It is highly recommended to abort the kernel removal unless you are prepared to fix the system after removal.
Well, I like to follow the recommendmend. The correct kernel version for the
stable release would be
linux-image-3.2.0-4-amd64 and it is already installed. Probably the downgrade would be no problem if I was working under the older kernel? Actually, I have no clue how to enable the kernel
3.2.0 instead of