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I'm using Hyper-V as hypervisor and there is a need to use Debian 6 in production on it, but as I know it's not supported. I want to use kernel 3.2 with integrated linux integration components. What is the best way to get it working safe and stable?

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The best way is to use the Debian backports repository, more info here. It contains recent kernels.

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