Re: Replacing old kernel in testing
On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 10:45 AM, Patrick Wiseman <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi, all:
> I have just installed a new testing system on my new ThinkPad T61p.
> Sound doesn't work, which is apparently a known issue with kernel
> 2.6.22. The last stable kernel at kernel.org is 188.8.131.52, and I've
> read that this sound problem has been corrected. Is there any reason,
> as I tend to compile a custom kernel anyway (the Debian way), not to
> download the source from kernel.org and compile. Or do I lose
> something by going out of the official distribution?
I did it - I can always revert to the distribution kernel once it's
updated - and my sound now works. I had to recompile the Nvidia
driver, which meant that I had to compile and install not only the
kernel image, but also the kernel headers, which are needed to compile
the Nvidia driver. But that's pretty easy (make-kpkg kernel_headers).