Kernel 3.13

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Re: Kernel 3.13

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RC7 with Lubuntu 13.10:
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Re: Kernel 3.13

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The RC 8 is available for testing: vmlinux-3.13-rc8-AmigaOneX1000.tar.bz2
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Re: Kernel 3.13

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Hi All,

I'm proud to announce the release of the Linux Kernel version 3.13.0 for the AmigaOne X1000.

New: www.phoronix.com

Note: The Radeon Dynamic Power Management doesn't work. You have to add the argument and the value "radeon.dpm=0" to the bootargs. For example:

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setenv bootargs "root=/dev/sda4 radeon.dpm=0"
Download: vmlinux-3.13.0-AmigaOneX1000.tar.bz2

For development only:

Ben has not solved the boot problems. I had to add Olof's patches to the Nemo patch file.

Have a lot of fun with the new kernel.

- Christian
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Re: Kernel 3.13

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How do you install jessie/sid on your X1000 ?
X1000 RadeonHD5450 4GB (2x2GB) DDR2-PC2-8500 Kingston HyperX 5-5-5-5-15 OS4.1.6 & Lubuntu13.04/mintppc11 with Kernel 3.8.7/3.9

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Re: Kernel 3.13

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zappa2009 wrote:How do you install jessie/sid on your X1000 ?
Hm?

You can follow the Debian Install Guide on the A-eon site.

I used the 3.5.7 kernel for the install then switched to a custom 3.12. The 3.13 kernel also
works.

I do not know where the 3.5.7 kernel is hosted anymore. ???

You will need http://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/7.3 ... pc/iso-cd/
grab the netinst.iso which works best.

Hello?.........anybody?........Where is 3.5.7?
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Re: Kernel 3.13

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On my machine, ;-) but I will check whether this is still needed.

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Re: Kernel 3.13

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mechanic wrote:
zappa2009 wrote:How do you install jessie/sid on your X1000 ?
Hm?

You can follow the Debian Install Guide on the A-eon site.

I used the 3.5.7 kernel for the install then switched to a custom 3.12. The 3.13 kernel also
works.
You could use the kernel 3.13 to install Debian if you like. :)

Edit: Are there any problems with the Debian installer and new kernels?
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Re: Kernel 3.13

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zappa2009 wrote:How do you install jessie/sid on your X1000 ?
Hi zappa2009,

It's nice to see you here. :-)

I have added 2 entries to my sources.list for Debian Sid:

/etc/apt/sources.list

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deb http://ftp.us.debian.org/debian experimental main
deb http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/ unstable main contrib non-free
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apt-get update

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apt-get upgrade

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apt-get dist-upgrade
Use the stable installer to install a minimal stable system and then change your /etc/apt/sources.list file to testing and do an update and a dist-upgrade, and then again change your /etc/apt/sources.list file to unstable and again do an update and a dist-upgrade.1 Whether to use aptitude or apt-get to do the update and dist-upgrade steps may depend on the release. Usually with a minimal install either will work. Finally, install the packages you desire. This method is the most sure to work of those presented here.
By the way, here is a screenshot of the new Lubuntu 14.04 LTS with the new kernel 3.13. Welcome to the future. :D

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All the best,

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Re: Kernel 3.13

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Hi All,

I've released the kernel 3.13.1.

New:

- TUN/TAP kernel modul for the network support on AROS hosted
- Several bug fixes. Look here: ChangeLog-3.13.1

Download: vmlinux-3.13.1-AmigaOneX1000.tar.bz2
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Re: Kernel 3.13

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Thanks Christian,

Kernel 3.13 worked fine for me. :-) Now downloading the updated version.

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