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by lxp
Thu 12. Nov 2009, 19:42
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: PAE kernel or not?
Replies: 2
Views: 3234

Re: PAE kernel or not?

Hi,

I think the only drawback of pae kernels is that old non-pae cpus aren't supported.
Of course, this won't affect you and therefore I really recommend you installing the pae kernel because who wants to lose 1GB of memory ;)
by lxp
Sun 8. Nov 2009, 17:26
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Ubuntu 9.10 cannot find module phc-intel
Replies: 17
Views: 11861

Re: Ubuntu 9.10 cannot find module phc-intel

You should also install

cpufrequtils

Without it the modules wouldn't load automatically at boot. (This dependency will be fixed in the next phc kernel version)
by lxp
Sat 7. Nov 2009, 18:20
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Ubuntu 9.10 cannot find module phc-intel
Replies: 17
Views: 11861

Re: Ubuntu 9.10 cannot find module phc-intel

I don't think that different versions were installed. I think what you noticed is that the current version of meta packages (like linux-headers-generic-phc or linux-generic-phc) is 2.6.31.14.27~phc0 and the current version of real kernel packages (like linux-headers-2.6.31-14-generic-phc or linux-im...
by lxp
Sat 7. Nov 2009, 16:30
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Ubuntu 9.10 cannot find module phc-intel
Replies: 17
Views: 11861

Re: Ubuntu 9.10 cannot find module phc-intel

@Uhuu: Someone or something has modified your utsrelease.h on 2009-11-01 09:43 Your utsrelease.h contains: cat /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build/include/linux/utsrelease.h #define UTS_RELEASE "2.6.31.4" Usually it should contain the following: $ cat /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build/include/linux/utsrelease...
by lxp
Thu 29. Oct 2009, 23:09
Forum: PHC Downloads
Topic: PHC Ubuntu Kernel PPA
Replies: 6
Views: 42151

PHC Ubuntu Kernel PPA

Since Ubuntu has built-in acpi-cpufreq and powernow-k8 drivers you are not longer able to easily exchange the default driver with the patched one. On order to keep you from the long and unpleasant task of compiling your own kernel there is a PPA available under https://launchpad.net/~linux-phc/+arch...
by lxp
Thu 29. Oct 2009, 21:13
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: How is PPA going?
Replies: 22
Views: 15983

Re: How is PPA going?

Yes, it should work for you too. I recommend installing one of the meta packages (linux-generic-phc, linux-generic-pae-phc or linux-server-phc) and not the kernel package directly, so you can get kernel updates automatically. There is one big change: The kernel doesn't include the phc modules, so yo...
by lxp
Mon 12. Oct 2009, 15:21
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: How is PPA going?
Replies: 22
Views: 15983

Re: How is PPA going?

You may have noted that raphael created a linux-phc testing PPA. This PPA will contain latest automatically built packages and therefore may also contain broken ones too. It already contains some karmic kernel packages and I think they will get copied to the stable PPA in a few days. New testing PPA...
by lxp
Thu 8. Oct 2009, 21:20
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: How is PPA going?
Replies: 22
Views: 15983

Re: How is PPA going?

I have finished building generic-phc, generic-pae-phc and server-phc kernels for karmic for i386 and amd64. You can get the kernel from my PPA Please give it a try and report any problems/wishes. Changelog: * [Config] Add generic-phc, generic-pae-phc, server-phc flavours * [Config] Remove PHC unrela...
by lxp
Tue 6. Oct 2009, 23:01
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: How is PPA going?
Replies: 22
Views: 15983

Re: How is PPA going?

Is this still the problem? Because I am trying to build generic-phc and server-phc kernels for karmic, which don't interfere with the default kernels generic and server. This should make it also possible to install them in parallel with the default generic or server kernels. Can you tell me please, ...
by lxp
Wed 30. Sep 2009, 20:08
Forum: PHC Help
Topic: Kernel oops with Athlon 64 X2 Black Edition
Replies: 26
Views: 26770

Re: Kernel oops with Athlon 64 X2 Black Edition

Please take a look at this post, maybe it helps you with your overclocking problem too.