APM support, IrDA modules, USB support, CODA filesystem support, Framebuffer, 586 optimization and other laptop
related features (see
.config file for Kernel configuration details, this file is also included into the package). The appropriate PCMCIA-CS and ALSA module packages will be provided later.
I packaged some kernels as Debian/GNU Linux packages. But they will not be included into
official Debian by me:
Read the Kernel-HOWTO first, the information in
/usr/share/doc/kernel-doc-<VERSION> and the README for the
package. The kernel 2.4.x may be used with Debian - Woody only. You may install it
dpkg -i <kernel-image-VERSION.deb>. Just in case: make sure you have
the Debian boot media (floppies, CD) at hand before you start. And make a copy of
/lib/modules at least.
More details in the
Creating Custom Kernels with Debian's Kernel_packaging System(http://newbiedoc.sourceforge.net/system/kernel-pkg.html.en) HOWTO.