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    Re: Kernel 3.12 is available at kernel.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug S View Post
    @VinDSL: The advantage with using the git method is: The download (which was just changes) took less than a minute; A complete re-compile was not required and only took about 7 minutes, and most of that time was due to my restoring some files I had changed. Of course, other times not so lucky and a complete re-compile is required.
    Okay, thanks. I'll try that, one of these days.

    The 3.12 kernel is compiling on my Latitude, as I type.

    I noticed yesterday, on the desktop box I'm using right now, that usb flash drives and the dvd drive weren't working. It's one of those things you don't notice, until you go to use them, you know?

    For some reason, they weren't enabled by default. I just checked the .config file on the notebook, and they weren't enabled in it either. Sooo, I had some work to do in menuconfig

    We'll see how it goes -- takes about 30 minutes to compile 3.12 on my lappy. I'll probably have to strip some depends out of the control file, when its done -- been having to do that lately, before the debs will install (in Peppermint Four OS).

    Fingers crossed...
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    Re: Kernel 3.12 is available at kernel.org

    w00t!

    Watching it compile...

    This is the first time I haven't gotten an error on vmlinux.o

    That's encouraging!
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    Alrighty then...

    Still need to hack the control file.
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    Works...

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    Re: Kernel 3.12 is available at kernel.org

    Compiled last night took 2 hours on my single core 2.2 Ghz CPU... looks good so far. Boots up fast, no errors! xD
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbass81 View Post
    Compiled last night took 2 hours on my single core 2.2 Ghz CPU... looks good so far. Boots up fast, no errors! xD
    I'm getting a "problem loading in-kernel x.509 certificate (-129)" warning at boot, on my Dell Latitude.

    Doesn't seem to be hurting anything. It just pops up for a second or two, then goes away.
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    Re: Kernel 3.12 is available at kernel.org

    w00t! That was easy...

    The solution was to set the hardware clock from the system time by running the following command:

    Code:
    sudo hwclock --systohc
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    Heh! Gotta love those metasearch engines...
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    Re: Kernel 3.12 is available at kernel.org

    Quote Originally Posted by VinDSL View Post
    I'm getting a "problem loading in-kernel x.509 certificate (-129)" warning at boot, on my Dell Latitude.

    Doesn't seem to be hurting anything. It just pops up for a second or two, then goes away.
    No error here. My laptop is a Dell Inspiron 1300 based on the i915gm chipset. The hardware is probably a lot different. Last time I had a kernel warning on boot was with the 3.11.2 and 3.11.3 kernels. I filed a bug on Bugzilla and it was already fixed in 3.11.4.

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    Re: Kernel 3.12 is available at kernel.org

    Quote Originally Posted by VinDSL View Post
    For some reason, they weren't enabled by default. I just checked the .config file on the notebook, and they weren't enabled in it either. Sooo, I had some work to do in menuconfig
    You can copy your current kernel config before you compile a new kernel by running this command in your kernel source directory:

    cat /boot/config-`uname -r`>.config

    I had the same problem for my wireless adapter when I built a new kernel.
    Last edited by dbass81; November 4th, 2013 at 05:04 PM. Reason: clarification

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