During Debian Testing 64 installation, it said
(or something similar)
no kernel in apt sources,continue anyway? It is possibie to install the kernel later (for expert users)
I chose to continue, the installation went fine, but now I've got an OS with no kernel inside.
I can use a shell with the "rescue mode" in Debian CD in order to install it, but I don't know how to do it (I'd like the 3.1 version) from command line!