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Linus Torvalds developed Linux Kernel in the year 1991 and he came with Initial Kernel Release Version 0.01.On 3rd of August, 2014 (this year) Kernel 3.16 has been released.A rough estimation of big brands and their contribution to the present Linux Kernel which is expected to have 17 million lines of code as per Linux Foundation, Linux Kernel Development Report.This article aims at updating Debian kernel, the Debian way, which means less manual work, less risk yet with perfection. The primary function of kernel is to act as mediator in-between Application – CPU, Application – Memory and Application – Devices (I/O).It function as Memory Manager, Device manager and attends System calls besides performing other tasks. The Linux Kernel is released under GNU General Public License.You come to know this only by Researching, studying stuff over web, learning from tutorials of tecmint and in every other possible way. That’s the end of FAQ, let me move with compilation process. We have successfully build, compiled and installed Latest Linux Kernel 3.16 on Debian with all other dependencies.
Before we proceed, we must know about our current kernel, that is installed.
Compiling your own Linux kernel is useful if you need to enable or disable certain kernel features that are not available in Linode-supplied or distribution-supplied kernels.