Open terminal (assuming default installation)
Do a directory listing “ls” you should see “bzImage”
you want to rename that or make a folder called backup and put it in there
mv bzImage bzImage_backup
May need to use sudo mv bzImage bzImage_backup
Now use wget and download the new kernel
Again you might need “sudo” in front of wget. If that doesn’t work you might have to download it manually from [url]http://sourceforge.net/projects/freeghost/files/Kernels/Kernel-3.2.4.core/[/url]
if it did work using “ls” should now list Kernel-3.2.4.core in the folder we need to rename it bzImage
mv Kernel-3.2.4.core bzImage
Again may need sudo.
Try booting a client device now.
If it fails you can undo what we did by doing this
mv bzImage bzImage_failed
mv bzImage_backup bzImage