linux kernel suffix
Sorry if this really is a noob of noob questions, but I've been googling for over an hour and I can't seem to find the right search term for the answer if it is out there.. without going through the process of learning how to compile a kernel, which I am not ready to do yet.
So Debian, advanced installer.
I am puzzled by the different suffixes of selecting a kernel for the base system.
I'm familiar with version history numbering, and i386 vs amd64 and the like... but...
Here's the list:
... and I'm confused as to what the difference is between many of them.
This is going on an old Thinkpad t61 (core 2 duo 2 GB ram) and the installer recommends one, but I still want to be able to understand.
Could someone explain?
You can get a description for each that would explain the difference. From the command line:
Hope it helps.
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