Good day, Mr Salisbury.

Yes, I can test the latest kernel, but I have a few very naive questions
(I just want to be sure for one hundred percent etc.) So, because it's
an i386/x86_32 architecture I should:

✗ download 
✗ use, for example, dpkg(1) command to install these two packages ($ sudo dpkg 
-i ...);
✗ add "kaslr" option to the '/etc/default/grub' file (in 
✗ update GRUB with update-grub(8) command to generate a grub2 config file etc.; 
✗ reboot. 

Once again: I apologize for such a naive questions. Mr Salisbury, can
You confirm if what I've wrote is okay? Generally: is it a proper way to
test the latest kernel? And what about dpkg(1) command: I should use
'-i, --install' action only, right? I'm asking, because there is - for
example - a 'gdebi' package, which is a simple tool to install deb files

Geez, what a shame...


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  Linux 4.4.0-113.136 (i386/x86_32): failed to boot and BusyBox v1.22.1
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