Hi, I assume you are talking about the kernels being excluded in Gslapt. (Please correct me if that's not what you are talking about.) I think they are excluded so that people won't accidentally install that stuff. Some things (especially kernels I think) can mess up your system if you don't get the right one or something.
Thanks Daniel, yes that is what i was talking about. I was just asking because in debian distro's thy are in the repositories so when the kernel needs updating it just does it. Thanks,