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Thread: Master Kernel Thread

  1. #1081
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by EvanRogers View Post
    Ok i did this, and it all worked within like 2 and a half hours, i had no errors or anything. When i start up i notice almost slower than what it was before, and also when i push esc button during the grub loading stage it only has 2 kernals wich is the regular one and the recovery mode one. Any help for me?
    That's because the menu.lst file didn't get updated. Which means it shouldn't be slower because your using the old kernel.

    sudo edit "/boot/grub/menu.lst" and add the new kernel reference.
    You should have the new kernel inside "/boot" folder

  2. #1082
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    I'm having problems with setting up distcc.

    Distributed computing seems to work, but somehow I'm limited to 8 tasks:



    .106 is the "co-worker", has two cores and should be able to do 8 tasks (indicated by the "/8" in the terminal).

    .103 is the main machine (localhost) with one core and should be able to do 4 tasks as indicated.

    When restricting work to the dual core machine I get 8 tasks running, when restricting work to the main machine I get 4 tasks running. Seems ok, but when both are allowed to work only 4 tasks per host are issued.

    What am I missing?

    Another thing: I get a lot of
    Code:
    (dcc_mkdir) ERROR: mkdir //.distcc failed: Permission denied
    messages during compilation but the final compilation is fine. Any ideas?

  3. #1083
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    I'm trying to compile 2.6.27.2 on Intrepid Beta, and I'm running into errors (for the first time following this guide) starting at make-kpkg clean:
    Code:
    root@jc-desktop:/usr/src/linux# make-kpkg clean
    exec make -f /usr/share/kernel-package/ruleset/minimal.mk clean 
    ====== making target minimal_clean [new prereqs: ]======
    Cleaning.
    test ! -f .config || cp -pf .config config.precious
    test ! -e stamp-building || rm -f stamp-building
    test ! -f Makefile || \
                make    ARCH=xen distclean
    make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2'
    Makefile:518: /usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2/arch/xen/Makefile: No such file or directory
    make[1]: *** No rule to make target `/usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2/arch/xen/Makefile'.  Stop.
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2'
    make: *** [minimal_clean] Error 2
    Then, if I try to continue to the next step..
    Code:
    root@jc-desktop:/usr/src/linux# CONCURRENCY_LEVEL=3 make-kpkg --initrd --revision=2.6.27.2 kernel_image kernel_headers modules_image
    exec make -f /usr/share/kernel-package/ruleset/minimal.mk debian DEBIAN_REVISION=2.6.27.2  INITRD=YES 
    ====== making target minimal_debian [new prereqs: ]======
    This is kernel package version .
    test -d debian || mkdir debian
    test ! -e stamp-building || rm -f stamp-building
    test -f debian/control || sed         -e 's/=V/2.6.27.2/g'        \
                    -e 's/=D/2.6.27.2/g'         -e 's/=A/amd64/g'  \
    	        -e 's/=SA//g'   -e 's/=L/ /g' \
                    -e 's/=I//g'                                    \
                    -e 's/=CV/2.6/g'                       \
                    -e 's/=M/Unknown Kernel Package Maintainer <unknown@unconfigured.in.etc.kernel-pkg.conf>/g'                        \
                    -e 's/=ST/linux/g'      -e 's/=B/xen/g'    \
    		         /usr/share/kernel-package/Control > debian/control
    test -f debian/changelog ||  sed -e 's/=V/2.6.27.2/g'             \
    	    -e 's/=D/2.6.27.2/g'        -e 's/=A/amd64/g'       \
                -e 's/=ST/linux/g'     -e 's/=B/xen/g'         \
    	    -e 's/=M/Unknown Kernel Package Maintainer <unknown@unconfigured.in.etc.kernel-pkg.conf>/g' 	                    \
                 /usr/share/kernel-package/changelog > debian/changelog
    install -p -m 755 /usr/share/kernel-package/rules debian/rules
    for file in ChangeLog  Control  Control.bin86 config templates.in rules; do                                      \
                cp -f  /usr/share/kernel-package/$file ./debian/;                               \
            done
    for dir  in Config docs examples ruleset scripts pkg po;  do                                      \
              cp -af /usr/share/kernel-package/$dir  ./debian/;                                 \
            done
    test -d ./debian/stamps || mkdir debian/stamps 
    exec debian/rules  DEBIAN_REVISION=2.6.27.2  INITRD=YES  kernel_image kernel_headers modules_image 
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 3: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 4: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    
    ====== making target CONFIG-common [new prereqs: testdir]======
    
    ====== making target debian/stamp-conf [new prereqs: ]======
    # work around idiocy in recent kernel versions
    test ! -e scripts/package/builddeb || \
                mv -f scripts/package/builddeb scripts/package/builddeb.kpkg-dist
    test ! -e scripts/package/Makefile || \
                (mv -f scripts/package/Makefile scripts/package/Makefile.kpkg-dist && \
                   (echo "# Dummy file "; echo "help:") >  scripts/package/Makefile)
    test -d debian || mkdir ./debian
    test ! -e stamp-building || rm -f stamp-building
    test ! -f ./debian || test -f stamp-debian || test -f debian/official || \
                   (rm -rf ./debian && mkdir ./debian)
    test -f stamp-debian  ||                                           \
              ( test -f debian/official && test -f debian/control) ||          \
    	   sed -e 's/=V/../g'         -e 's/=D/2.6.27.2/g'        \
    	       -e 's/=A/amd64/g'   -e 's/=SA//g'  \
                    -e 's/=L/grub,xen-vm, /g' -e 's/=I/initramfs-tools (>= 0.53) | yaird (>= 0.0.11) | linux-initramfs-tool, /g'     \
                    -e 's/=CV/./g'                      \
                    -e 's/=M/Unknown Kernel Package Maintainer <unknown@unconfigured.in.etc.kernel-pkg.conf>/g'                       \
                    -e 's/=ST/linux/g'      -e 's/=B/xen/g'   \
    		         /usr/share/kernel-package/Control> debian/control
    test -f stamp-debian  ||    test -f debian/official ||                \
               sed -e 's/=V/../g' -e 's/=D/2.6.27.2/g'                   \
    	    -e 's/=A/amd64/g' -e 's/=M/Unknown Kernel Package Maintainer <unknown@unconfigured.in.etc.kernel-pkg.conf>/g' \
                -e 's/=ST/linux/g'     -e 's/=B/xen/g'           \
    		/usr/share/kernel-package/changelog > debian/changelog
    test  -f debian/rules || install -p -m 755 /usr/share/kernel-package/rules debian/rules
    test  -f stamp-debian || test -f debian/official ||                     \
    	   for file in ChangeLog  Control  Control.bin86 config templates.in rules; do                                      \
                   cp -f  /usr/share/kernel-package/$file ./debian/;                               \
               done
    test  -f stamp-debian || test -f debian/official ||                     \
    	   for dir  in Config docs examples ruleset scripts pkg po;  do                                      \
                 cp -af /usr/share/kernel-package/$dir  ./debian/;                                 \
               done
    echo done >  stamp-debian
    echo done >  debian/stamp-conf
    ====== making target CONFIG-common [new prereqs: stamp-conf]======
    This is kernel package version 11.001-0.1.
    ====== making target stamp-arch-conf [new prereqs: CONFIG-common]======
    
    ====== making target CONFIG-arch [new prereqs: stamp-arch-conf]======
    ====== making target conf.vars [new prereqs: Makefile .config]======
    
    Makefile:518: /usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2/arch/xen/Makefile: No such file or directory
    make[1]: *** No rule to make target `/usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2/arch/xen/Makefile'.  Stop.
    make: *** [conf.vars] Error 2
    Any ideas?
    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinbr View Post
    I wouldn't say anal, but I would say that it sticks out.

  4. #1084
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jvincent08 View Post
    I'm trying to compile 2.6.27.2 on Intrepid Beta, and I'm running into errors (for the first time following this guide) starting at make-kpkg clean:
    -------
    Any ideas?
    This happened to me and I solved it by disabling "Paravirtualized guest support" in the configuration. After doing this, it started compiling as a x86_64 (what I wanted) instead of Xen (what I did not want).

    Hope this helps.

  5. #1085
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by sephiroth135 View Post
    This happened to me and I solved it by disabling "Paravirtualized guest support" in the configuration. After doing this, it started compiling as a x86_64 (what I wanted) instead of Xen (what I did not want).

    Hope this helps.
    I've since removed Intrepid from my system, but thanks for the reply If I get this error again when using the final release, I'll give this a try.
    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinbr View Post
    I wouldn't say anal, but I would say that it sticks out.

  6. #1086
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jvincent08 View Post
    I'm trying to compile 2.6.27.2 on Intrepid Beta, and I'm running into errors (for the first time following this guide) starting at make-kpkg clean:
    Code:
    root@jc-desktop:/usr/src/linux# make-kpkg clean
    exec make -f /usr/share/kernel-package/ruleset/minimal.mk clean 
    ====== making target minimal_clean [new prereqs: ]======
    Cleaning.
    test ! -f .config || cp -pf .config config.precious
    test ! -e stamp-building || rm -f stamp-building
    test ! -f Makefile || \
                make    ARCH=xen distclean
    make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2'
    Makefile:518: /usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2/arch/xen/Makefile: No such file or directory
    make[1]: *** No rule to make target `/usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2/arch/xen/Makefile'.  Stop.
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2'
    make: *** [minimal_clean] Error 2
    Then, if I try to continue to the next step..
    Code:
    root@jc-desktop:/usr/src/linux# CONCURRENCY_LEVEL=3 make-kpkg --initrd --revision=2.6.27.2 kernel_image kernel_headers modules_image
    exec make -f /usr/share/kernel-package/ruleset/minimal.mk debian DEBIAN_REVISION=2.6.27.2  INITRD=YES 
    ====== making target minimal_debian [new prereqs: ]======
    This is kernel package version .
    test -d debian || mkdir debian
    test ! -e stamp-building || rm -f stamp-building
    test -f debian/control || sed         -e 's/=V/2.6.27.2/g'        \
                    -e 's/=D/2.6.27.2/g'         -e 's/=A/amd64/g'  \
    	        -e 's/=SA//g'   -e 's/=L/ /g' \
                    -e 's/=I//g'                                    \
                    -e 's/=CV/2.6/g'                       \
                    -e 's/=M/Unknown Kernel Package Maintainer <unknown@unconfigured.in.etc.kernel-pkg.conf>/g'                        \
                    -e 's/=ST/linux/g'      -e 's/=B/xen/g'    \
    		         /usr/share/kernel-package/Control > debian/control
    test -f debian/changelog ||  sed -e 's/=V/2.6.27.2/g'             \
    	    -e 's/=D/2.6.27.2/g'        -e 's/=A/amd64/g'       \
                -e 's/=ST/linux/g'     -e 's/=B/xen/g'         \
    	    -e 's/=M/Unknown Kernel Package Maintainer <unknown@unconfigured.in.etc.kernel-pkg.conf>/g' 	                    \
                 /usr/share/kernel-package/changelog > debian/changelog
    install -p -m 755 /usr/share/kernel-package/rules debian/rules
    for file in ChangeLog  Control  Control.bin86 config templates.in rules; do                                      \
                cp -f  /usr/share/kernel-package/$file ./debian/;                               \
            done
    for dir  in Config docs examples ruleset scripts pkg po;  do                                      \
              cp -af /usr/share/kernel-package/$dir  ./debian/;                                 \
            done
    test -d ./debian/stamps || mkdir debian/stamps 
    exec debian/rules  DEBIAN_REVISION=2.6.27.2  INITRD=YES  kernel_image kernel_headers modules_image 
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 3: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 4: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    [: 1: 2: unexpected operator
    
    ====== making target CONFIG-common [new prereqs: testdir]======
    
    ====== making target debian/stamp-conf [new prereqs: ]======
    # work around idiocy in recent kernel versions
    test ! -e scripts/package/builddeb || \
                mv -f scripts/package/builddeb scripts/package/builddeb.kpkg-dist
    test ! -e scripts/package/Makefile || \
                (mv -f scripts/package/Makefile scripts/package/Makefile.kpkg-dist && \
                   (echo "# Dummy file "; echo "help:") >  scripts/package/Makefile)
    test -d debian || mkdir ./debian
    test ! -e stamp-building || rm -f stamp-building
    test ! -f ./debian || test -f stamp-debian || test -f debian/official || \
                   (rm -rf ./debian && mkdir ./debian)
    test -f stamp-debian  ||                                           \
              ( test -f debian/official && test -f debian/control) ||          \
    	   sed -e 's/=V/../g'         -e 's/=D/2.6.27.2/g'        \
    	       -e 's/=A/amd64/g'   -e 's/=SA//g'  \
                    -e 's/=L/grub,xen-vm, /g' -e 's/=I/initramfs-tools (>= 0.53) | yaird (>= 0.0.11) | linux-initramfs-tool, /g'     \
                    -e 's/=CV/./g'                      \
                    -e 's/=M/Unknown Kernel Package Maintainer <unknown@unconfigured.in.etc.kernel-pkg.conf>/g'                       \
                    -e 's/=ST/linux/g'      -e 's/=B/xen/g'   \
    		         /usr/share/kernel-package/Control> debian/control
    test -f stamp-debian  ||    test -f debian/official ||                \
               sed -e 's/=V/../g' -e 's/=D/2.6.27.2/g'                   \
    	    -e 's/=A/amd64/g' -e 's/=M/Unknown Kernel Package Maintainer <unknown@unconfigured.in.etc.kernel-pkg.conf>/g' \
                -e 's/=ST/linux/g'     -e 's/=B/xen/g'           \
    		/usr/share/kernel-package/changelog > debian/changelog
    test  -f debian/rules || install -p -m 755 /usr/share/kernel-package/rules debian/rules
    test  -f stamp-debian || test -f debian/official ||                     \
    	   for file in ChangeLog  Control  Control.bin86 config templates.in rules; do                                      \
                   cp -f  /usr/share/kernel-package/$file ./debian/;                               \
               done
    test  -f stamp-debian || test -f debian/official ||                     \
    	   for dir  in Config docs examples ruleset scripts pkg po;  do                                      \
                 cp -af /usr/share/kernel-package/$dir  ./debian/;                                 \
               done
    echo done >  stamp-debian
    echo done >  debian/stamp-conf
    ====== making target CONFIG-common [new prereqs: stamp-conf]======
    This is kernel package version 11.001-0.1.
    ====== making target stamp-arch-conf [new prereqs: CONFIG-common]======
    
    ====== making target CONFIG-arch [new prereqs: stamp-arch-conf]======
    ====== making target conf.vars [new prereqs: Makefile .config]======
    
    Makefile:518: /usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2/arch/xen/Makefile: No such file or directory
    make[1]: *** No rule to make target `/usr/src/linux-2.6.27.2/arch/xen/Makefile'.  Stop.
    make: *** [conf.vars] Error 2
    Any ideas?
    I getting the same problems as you....

  7. #1087
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Hello, really nice post...

    I'm trying to figure out how to install the latest fglrx driver (module) for ati 9700 mobile graphic card.

    Do i also need to compile also linux-headers?

  8. #1088
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ph3ar View Post
    Hello, really nice post...

    I'm trying to figure out how to install the latest fglrx driver (module) for ati 9700 mobile graphic card.

    Do i also need to compile also linux-headers?
    Linux-headers should be compiled already if you followed the steps in the first post. You can download ATI drivers from their website:
    http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.HTML

    You may also be able to download drivers from Ubuntu's repositories. Go to System > Administration > Hardware Drivers to see if your card is listed. I should probably recommend doing this first, since thats what everyone else does, but I personally have never had any luck doing that with my nVidia card.
    Quote Originally Posted by jenkinbr View Post
    I wouldn't say anal, but I would say that it sticks out.

  9. #1089
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Does anyone know where is the vmlinux file for 2.6.27 kernels? I can't seem to find it in the repositories! [ I'm not talking about the vmlinuz file of course ].

    Shouldn't it be somewhere there?

  10. #1090
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    Re: Master Kernel Thread

    Does anybody know where to get the .config for specific laptop hardware?
    or where to get the minimun preferences so iam not loosing any needed functionality, like samba file sharing.


    thnks

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