According to Mr. Bezencon, the Linux Lite project is producing up-to-date Linux kernel packages for Linux Lite, Debian GNU/Linux, and Ubuntu distributions. If you’re using Linux Lite on your personal computer, you might be already running the latest Linux 4.7 kernel version, but it looks like these kernel packages from the Linux Lite repositories work well on Debian and Ubuntu Linux OSes.
With a total of sixteen Linux kernel versions produced to date, the Linux Lite team promises you free access to their up-to-date kernel repository, the latest mainline stable kernel, and both kernel-headers and linux-image packages. All the available kernels are well tested before debut, which usually happens on the same day as the upstream Linux kernel releases.
Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht