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Re: linux-source-3.2.0-rc7

On Thursday 05,January,2012 11:25 PM, Camaleón wrote:
On Thu, 05 Jan 2012 14:38:23 +0800, lina wrote:

a quick question,

Which header I should choose?

This is a metapackage which includes all (for all of the available
architectures) of the headers packages.

This is a metapackage which includes all (for all of the available
architectures of amd64) of the headers packages.

Individual package headers for amd64 arch.

Commom files for headers (amd64 arch.)

Individual package headers for amd64 arch and RT kernel.

what does the last one mean, rt?
It should be for a _R_eal _T_ime kernel.

Hum... wait. There is/was no "real time" kernels compiled for Debian
unless this has changed recently :-?

and what's the difference among those,
The difference is the type of kernel you are currently using and what
kind of package do you need.


$ uname -a
Linux debian 3.2.0-rc6-3.2-mj-lina #1 SMP Sat Dec 17 13:14:26 SGT 2011
x86_64 GNU/Linux

the one I built from kernel.org a bit heavy, took so much space. I am
not sure if I built from debian repository whether it will be light,
Mmmm... those kernel headers (compiled for 3.2.0-rc7) won't match your
current and self-compiled kernel (3.2.0-rc6).


I installed one, after reboot, it got kernel panic, even can't mount / and others.

so I just back to old old kernel and removed present one.

now I decided to download from kernel.org and do a try.

the kernel panic was caused due to my .config file or ?

I am also stuck in Warning messages as following: even for opening emails.

another thing is bad, my $ date
Mon Jan  1 08:26:27 SGT 2001

It's getting 11 years younger (not me). bad ... bad ... bad .. to the past.

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