Re: Can I hope to have on Bubba headless servers Debian standard kernels some day?
On Fri, Jan 06, 2012 at 05:43:29PM +0100, Csanyi Pal wrote:
> I have a Bubba Two headless server.
> The official operating system for Bubba Two are based on Debian Etch.
> I tried once these steps to get a clean Debian Squeeze system and I have
> success but then I want to setup a Firewall with Shorewall and get
> errors about that that kernel doesn't have support of
> MARK Target
> LOG Target
> Packet Mangling
> Multi-port Match
> So can I hope to have on Bubba 2 a standard kernel for Debian Squeeze,
> or some day Wheezy systems?
Yes, you can always hope :) . But seriously, someone has to do the work
of pushing the changes to the kernel (or at least to Debian) and they
have to be accepted.
In the meantime, you can:
* rebuild the excito kernel with the options you need, or
* use the Debian kernel without the excito changes if you don't need the
respective pieces of hardware, or
* ask excito to provide a kernel with those options enabled.
Here I assume that these features are really disabled in the kernel (not
that they are built as modules and module autoloading is somehow
With kind regards,