We often need to install Debian GNU/Linux on the relatively new hardware (AMD/Intel), which is less than 0.5 year old. Often this means that we can not use Debian-stable install CDs, because kernel is outdated. It will be really great to have Debian installation CDs with up-to-date (backported) kernel which is 3-5 months old. I believe lot of people would like to have it.
Is there a plan to have something like this in Debian? Or, may be there is another way to solve above problem?
And yes, I know about debian-backports, but
- kernel backporting does not happen on regular base
- there is no installation CD with preinstalled kernel from Debian-backports