I agree Boris.|
In my opinion, i think it is best to have something running out of the box for users to have working with little effort to keep interest alive in the platform.
On my dev drive currently i am building a deb package of the latest 3.18 kernel. I have based the kernel config off the latest Debian kernel config in Jessie. I have changed as minimum as possible to make it suitable specifically for most Powermac G5 users as a starting point straight after a fresh install.
I have other leaner and meaner kernel configs that i have tweaked over a few months. I hope the LCS hangs together on the quad till i get around rebuilding it!
With the deb kernel package i am currently building, i will install on a spare drive with a fresh Debian Jessie install.
Hopefully it will work with as minimum fuss to get users with XOrg desktops running.
Can you suggest a place where i can upload a kernel deb package for other users to freely download and test? Id like to make sure that it works for most people and not just my machine before i spend the time documenting things.
On 29/06/15 19:35, Boris Reinhard wrote: