Approved kernel are usually come in files ending in i386.rpm,
ia64.rpm or .deb.
Come on, no one expects stock kernel to be tested. Distributors
on the other hand spend a lot of effort on testing their releases,
so go for a distribution kernel if you need something tested. Really.
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