Am 30.10.2013 20:51, schrieb James Mason:
I noticed that the package lists for Live KDE and Live
images include kernel-default, instead of kernel-desktop, as the
64-bit images do.
I checked the kernel configs to see what the specific differences
were, and noted that the 32-bit kernel-default *does not* include PAE,
but the 32-bit kernel-desktop does.
So, in effect, the 32-bit Live images *do not* have PAE support!
Is there a valid reason why we're using kernel-default instead of
kernel-desktop in the 32-bit Live images, or is this a packaging bug?
systems support PAE and at least when this was decided,
kernel-desktop would not boot without PAE. This is also what yast does
btw if you install on such a system.
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