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    As I understand, you are using Debian, which is...

    As I understand, you are using Debian, which is apt based.
    so,


    sudo apt-get update

    or


    sudo apt-get upgrade
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    sounds like mess with the system! just update...

    sounds like mess with the system!

    just update your system and do not change kernels because kernels has many files that are dependant on it.... I cannot specify what all files, because it will be...
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    Thanks for changing kernel :) but did u also...

    Thanks for changing kernel :)
    but did u also consider changing the associated packages with the kernels?
    like kernel-headers????????
    did u just say "oops"?
    perhaps an update on your computer...
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