Debian - How to install the kernel

sparky mat max at
Thu Aug 7 10:48:24 CEST 2008

> |     Doesn't make any sense to me either... can you md5sum the "broken"
> copy
> |     before overwriting it?
> |

The MD5 is :

I notice that this happens in the following case.

I boot Debian and it runs fsck (every time). If it finds errors and corrects
them, then the kernel is said to be corrupted. Can I not make the partition
read-only? Or so that fsck doesn't run on it?
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