Newest 4.14.8 kernels are now available in the repos (64 bit and 686-pae). libre (gnu) versions should be available in 24 hours.
For those of you that want to live on the wild side of Debian and basically start out from scratch, antiX has provided sid based net images for you. You will need a wired connection since no firmware is included. Remember we are systemd-free!
This is for experts or for those that want to learn and are prepared to search for solutions to any possible issues.
32 bit version uses a 4.10.5 antiX custom kernel,while 64 bit ships with a 4.14.5 antiX custom kernel.
Newest 4.14.5 kernels are now available in the repos (64 bit and 686-pae) including libre (gnu) versions.
Debian stretch has updates of dbus and openssh, which will pull in libsystemd0.
Our nosystemd versions should hit the repos soon, but you may see libsystemd0 get installed before our versions get updated. No need to worry since at some point you will see that libsystemd0 can be safely removed (if it gets installed).
Those using 4.14.1 should upgrade to this 4.14.2 version since it fixes a potential severe bug (possible data corruption – bcache).
Post in the forums to let us know how this kernel woks for you.
Available in stretch, testing and sid repos for 32 and 64 bit. The 32 bit version is pae.
Latest 4.14.1 kernels available in the repos. Please test and give feedback.