Latest kernel pointing to where?

Where does this point to exactly?

> Label: Latest 2.6 Series (

Based on: Linux 2.6.18 (changelog)

Last updated: Jan 29,2008 09:54 PM

Description: By selecting this kernel, you will always boot with the latest stable Linux 2.6 kernel we provide.

As I understand it, it always points to the latest stable 32-bit kernel. I want to use a kernel that points to the latest stable 64-bit kernel as I'll be running the Debian 5.0 64-bit edition.

Can you create a pointer that points to the latest stable 64-bit kernel?

Can you also create a mailing list I can join to get notifications about kernel (security) upgrades for your kernel I am using?

EDIT: bump

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