I have updated my kernel headers, what does that mean for the kernel?
I heard that generic headers/kernels are NOT the "real" linux kernel. I currently have the 3.5.0-generic linux, but my father said I shouldnt have chosen this one because its a development headers and potentially unstable (which I experienced it with some versions of it).
He said I should get the 3.2.0-headers/kernel. How should I get these, what are generic headers, and are there real differences between "normal" and generic headers?
Or are generic headers standard linux kernel code?
I dont get it any more...