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Kernel 5.0.1 in 64 and 32 bit versions for Puppy Linux
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Mike Walsh


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PostPosted: Thu 18 Jul 2019, 17:47    Post subject:  

Gobbi wrote:
Mike Walsh , thank's for the tip Exclamation
I'll give it a try Smile


No worries, mate. It worked on my mate's old Dell desktop.....Pentium Dual-Core-powered (so you know it's kinda Vista-era vintage). Ozsouth uses a much newer Intel (one of the 'Cores', I believe), so I couldn't say how many Intel CPUs there are that don't 'play nice' with it.

If you find it works OK, could you let us know on the original pmcputemp thread, please?

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=98299

Thanks.


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PostPosted: Fri 19 Jul 2019, 12:48    Post subject:  

PipzDex wrote:
Hi Rockedege
I'm using your kernel compilation from Precise 571 to Bionicpup 18 and works pretty well and without crash by de moment ...
Here mi specs... </snip>


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rockedge wrote:
glad it is working well and passing that information on. I am using it myself on a Bionic64-v8 system.


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Hang about, hang about.....hold on; whoa! What's all this about 'Precisepup 7.5'...(huh??) And how on earth does a kernel, presumably compiled against glibc 2.27, run with 'only' glibc 2.15...? You've completely lost me here. Confused

Care to elaborate, either of you? Please??


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PostPosted: Sat 20 Jul 2019, 02:01    Post subject:  

I don't think glibc play as much a role with kernel swopping (if any). Generally, kernel has to do with hardware and glibc with software. I tried one of peebees new kernels on Precise 571 a time ago and it worked nicely apart from that it took about 5 minutes to boot up. This was probably due to the system trying to load an appropriate driver for the old laptop's keyboard or a keymapping problem. Eventually the system settled on something that did work.
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PostPosted: Sun 23 Feb 2020, 17:45    Post subject:  

Mike Walsh wrote:
PipzDex wrote:
Hi Rockedege
I'm using your kernel compilation from Precise 571 to Bionicpup 18 and works pretty well and without crash by de moment ...
Here mi specs... </snip>


>>>----------------------->>

rockedge wrote:
glad it is working well and passing that information on. I am using it myself on a Bionic64-v8 system.


Question Question Question Question

Hang about, hang about.....hold on; whoa! What's all this about 'Precisepup 7.5'...(huh??) And how on earth does a kernel, presumably compiled against glibc 2.27, run with 'only' glibc 2.15...? You've completely lost me here. Confused

Care to elaborate, either of you? Please??


Mike. Wink



HI Mike
sorry for the delay
precisepup 7.5 was an old personal proyect, not for share because was a test... And finally I discarded it because I finish with a size of 650 mb only the main sfs ... it was a mix between precise and xenial, that's why the name precisepup 7.5 and the reason to send to trash...


by the way.. ROCKEDGE Very Happy

i modify "a little" your zdrv 5.0.1 32b with some lib and a firmware to be functional with some hardware of 64b

the main system still be precise 5.7.1 32b

i'm working now with a laptop acer aspire 5 intel core 5 64b and no matter the version of kernel 32b the simply no detect the wireless driver...

but with de modification i made on your zdrv i don't have any problem about that...

if you wanna check the file i paste the url
i hope work en another pc or laptops
cheers

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_SkYYvpV4vY2wYtvIRY8bAJRQ56XP7C2/view?usp=sharing
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