Am 12.03.2012 11:20, schrieb Jean Delvare:
Just as Oliver told you: try to reproduce with
3.0.22-vanilla. I do
expect it to work but you should never make assumptions before you start
I've already confirmed that 3.0.22-vanilla works.
Then, assuming 3.0.22-vanilla works and 3.1.0-vanilla
does not, you are
down to an upstream kernel bisection. Best way then is to clone the
upstream kernel git repository and build the kernels locally on the
problematic machine, it will take some time (10-12 iterations are
typically necessary between two consecutive kernel versions) but works
fine in general.
The fact that I'm subscribed to opensuse-kernel does not mean that I
actually know how that stuff works. I used to but my knowledge is not
So please point me to some information
- how to configure the kernel correctly so I can actually boot my 12.1
system. As said I'm not totally clueless but the last time I
configured and built a kernel was some years ago.
(I remember make cloneconfig but not sure if it works for vanilla)
- what revisions to build actually? I do not follow the kernel release
workflow so what kernels were actually inbetween 3.0 and 3.1?
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