Maybe you can add multiple kernel and we can select one of them. For example kernel for netbook.
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If you're talking about LPIA CPUs like the Atom, full support for those has been in the mainline Debian kernels since before Squeeze went stable...
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I have #!Waldorf or Statler (Debian Stable+backports) on 2 PCs, 3 laptops and my AAO Netbook . . . works great on all of them.
Before any Debian release can become 'stable' it much work on 12 different computer Architectures ... Atom processors is only one of them.
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I'm consistently shocked how little love the super-stable Debian kernels get on these forums. Seems like people are always in a hurry to install liquorix or whatever.
The idea of a lightweight/minimalist distro coming with uneccessary kernels is strange. If you want other kernels, install them. It would be a better for kernels to be installed via a post-installation script, or, as corenominal had already thought, via the repository (there used to be the liquorix kernel available via the #! repository).
^ That was a disaster, IMHO, to provide an alternate kernel but then not support it with bug fixes & security patches.