Does anyone know where I can download a patch for the 2.6.28.x kernel?
I could move up to the 18.104.22.168 kernel, with Squashfs 4.0 builtin, but of course that will break all existing SFS files out there. I know, there will be some responses urging let's do now at the start of Puppy5, rather than later!
Note, I did find an Ubuntu patch, but it required a kernel source that had already had other patches applied to it, and I didn't want to go down that path.
Comments:Posted on 17 Apr 2009, 13:31 by Terryphi
Boldly go to kernel 2.6.29
I vote for moving to kernel 2.6.29 with Squashfs 4.0 built in. It has proved very reliable in upup015. I have created openoffice-2.2.0-squash4.sfs which works well.
Posted on 17 Apr 2009, 13:34 by Terryphi
Hasn't Jaunty moved to 22.214.171.124 ?
Posted on 17 Apr 2009, 14:20 by urban soul
xorg on Intel 855GM
Congrats to the new Packet Manager!
Xorg never worked on my IBM r50e (Intel 855GM) with any woof build. So I'm running xvesa now.
Anyone with 855GM grafics problems?
Posted on 17 Apr 2009, 18:11 by Sergio
here's a patch for kernel 126.96.36.199.
I used thet for some experiments, and if I remeber good it worked for me.
Posted on 18 Apr 2009, 2:35 by squashfs
And here's the one from the Squashfs-lzma website, it's not patched for lzma unless you download and apply their patches:
If I remember right you'll want to use the patch in the linux-2.6.27-rc4-next folder.
I've compiled 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 with it.
As far as Squashfs 4.0 goes, I don't think it matters that much. It's easy enough to re-squash an sfs file and upload it. If there's something you want from 2.6.29, go for it.