more drivers in testing?

Tony Baechler tony at
Sat May 7 11:46:47 UTC 2016

For some reason, it won't quote your message. Please put your signature at 
the bottom and not at the top.

You didn't tell us what wireless card you have, so it's hard to guess. If 
there is a kernel driver for it, you don't need to upgrade to testing. You 
can download and manually install any Debian kernel package unless it's 
really old. You might run into issues with udev and initramfs though. If 
your firmware is non-free as it most likely is, yes, testing is probably 
better and easier. I would make a full backup and try just upgrading your 
kernel to testing and see what happens. You probably want to upgrade these 
packages as well:


just in case. If it helps, you can get my 4.3.3 kernel packages for x86-64, 
but not for i386 which hack around the broken Speakup serial support:

On 5/6/2016 8:35 AM, Kristoffer Gustafsson wrote:

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