kernel-source-2.6.9_2.6.9-1_i386.changes is NEW
(new) kernel-doc-2.6.9_2.6.9-1_all.deb optional doc
Linux kernel specific documentation for version 2.6.9
This package provides the various readme's in the 2.6.9 kernel
Documentation/ subdirectory: these typically contain kernel-specific
installation notes for some drivers for example. See
/usr/share/doc/kernel-doc-X.X.XX/Documentation/00-INDEX for a list of what
is contained in each file. Please read the Changes file, as it
contains information about the problems, which may result by
upgrading your kernel.
(new) kernel-patch-debian-2.6.9_2.6.9-1_all.deb optional devel
Debian patches to Linux 2.6.9
This package includes the patches used to produce the prepackaged
kernel-source-2.6.9 package. Note that these patches do NOT apply
against a pristine Linux 2.6.9 kernel but only against
kernel-source-2.6.9_2.6.9.orig.tar.gz from the Debian archive.
(new) kernel-source-2.6.9_2.6.9-1.diff.gz optional devel
(new) kernel-source-2.6.9_2.6.9-1.dsc optional devel
(new) kernel-source-2.6.9_2.6.9-1_all.deb optional devel
Linux kernel source for version 2.6.9 with Debian patches
This package provides the source code for the Linux kernel version 2.6.9.
You may configure the kernel to your setup by typing "make config"
and following instructions, but you could get ncursesX.X-dev and try
"make menuconfig" for a jazzier, and easier to use interface. There
are options to use QT or GNOME based configuration interfaces, but they
need additional packages to be installed. Also, please read the detailed
documentation in the file
If you wish to use this package to create a custom Linux kernel, then
it is suggested that you investigate the package kernel-package,
which has been designed to ease the task of creating kernel image
(new) kernel-source-2.6.9_2.6.9.orig.tar.gz optional devel
(new) kernel-tree-2.6.9_2.6.9-1_all.deb optional devel
Linux kernel tree for building prepackaged Debian kernel images
This meta package is used as a build-time dependency of prepackaged
Debian kernel-image packages. Its dependencies are structured so that a
complete kernel tree with Debian patches applied will be available after
this package is installed. It also contains the upstream changelog file.
For those intending to use this package as a build-time dependency, this
package provides a list of virtual packages that guarantees the availability
of a particular Debian revision of the kernel tree. The
kernel-image-2.6.9-i386 package is an example of this.
Changes: kernel-source-2.6.9 (2.6.9-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
* Update prune-non-free (Andres Salomon).
* Delete the following unused patches (Andres Salomon):
* Delete the following merged/backported patches (Andres Salomon):
. drivers-input-hiddev-HIDIOCGUCODE.dpatch (note: Herbert's cleanups
* Update the following patches (Andres Salomon)
. ia64-generic-no-smp.dpatch (partially merged)
. modular-ide.dpatch (triflex dropped /proc/ide/triflex)
. powerpc-ibm-240-e30.dpatch (partially merged)
. tg3-update.dpatch (no need to update tg3.h, it's not deleted)
* Drop the following patches (Andres Salomon, Christoph Hellwig):
. extraversion.dpatch (kernel now supports localversion; use that
. tcp_default_win_scale.dpatch (win_scale now auto-generated based
on optimum max win scale. hopefully it works!)
. drivers-net-typhoon-build-fix.dpatch (fixes ETHTOOL stuff that's
only in BK?)
. alpha-termbits.dpatch (not needed anymore)
. pcxx-is-broken.dpatch (not needed anymore)
. powerpc-ibm-240-e30.dpatch (replaced by generie prep rtas support)
* Add build fixes for iSeries ppc64, typhoon, framemaster 2.
* Add ext3 directio block leak fix. (Maximilian Attems)
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