3.2.13 kernel

I have compiled the 3.2.13 kernel, for both Precise and Wary.

As usual, the sources, including a SFS file, patches and build scripts, are at my sources repo:

I compiled the kernel under Wary, but have not added the PET to the 'wary5' repo.

I compiled the kernel under Precise Puppy, here is the PET (for Woof developers only) (22.9MB):

My latest build of "Precise Puppy LTS" is working very well, thanks for the feedback on the first alpha. Another build with the 3.2.13 kernel is coming very soon.

Posted on 26 Mar 2012, 8:40


Posted on 26 Mar 2012, 11:43 by Dewbie
Wary soft-modem support
In another thread a while back, you mentioned eventually dropping support for certain soft modems. Does this begin with the 3.x kernel?

Posted on 26 Mar 2012, 12:02 by BarryK
Wary soft-modem support
One of the purposes of Wary is to support analog soft-modems. That will not change. Wary uses the 2.6.32.x kernel and there are no plans (nor have there ever been) to change that.

Posted on 26 Mar 2012, 12:04 by BarryK
3.2.13 kernel for Racy
The kernel was compiled in Wary, which is the same libraries as Racy. The intention is to use it in Racy, not Wary.

Posted on 26 Mar 2012, 12:53 by Dewbie
That's exactly what caused the confusion.
Thanks for clarifying!

Posted on 26 Mar 2012, 15:23 by mavrothal
I see that you use unionfs as the layered filesystem in 3.2.13.
I' m sure you have a good reason, but I would like to bring to your attention in case you missed it, that aufs recently solved a bug with udba=notify, in 3.x kernels while today's release has a couple of bugfixes for size calculation and aubusy.
Slacko, Saluki and Exprimo are using 3.2/aufs without any apparent issues, while 3.2/unionfs appears to have some, at least when used in Slacko.
You might want to give it a shot again (just be sure to build a matching aufs3-utils)

Posted on 28 Mar 2012, 8:11 by Ramachandran
Precise Puppy
Dear Sir

I have installed Precise Puppy along with other puppy variant and it is working fine. Thanks