Re: where to get kernel and support files
Am 15.08.2009 um 13:44 schrieb "Rob J. Epping" <email@example.com>:
> Hi list,
> When I had my TS-209 I used the kernels Martin provides because he
> adds DMA-patches which make the system faster (THNX Martin!).
> Now I upgraded to a TS-219P for which Martin provides kernels, but
> there are also kernels provided on backports.org.
> Same for the flash-kernel package although there are version
> I'm wondering what are the differences in the kernel versions on
> backports.org and in Martins repository and more general what is the
> best place to get updates
I use the linux-image-2.6.30-bpo.1-kirkwood image. It works fine w/
raid0 - nfs transfers of about 32MB/s writing and somewhere around
45MB/s reading over a 1000Mb line. cifs was about half as much last
time I measured.
You will not be able to use the eSATA interface w/ any kernel ATT.
But a week ago or so I posted two patches that will enable it:
Everything seems to hotplug and work properly.
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