Hey guys,I just updated my kernel with SMXI. I use the liquorix sources and am running i686 with PAE. I have 8gb RAM. Until now, all 8gb were recognized. After the upgrade to 3.14-6, only 3.45gb were recognized.
Hello fellow nerds
I've recently( like last week) built a new desktop PC, with worthy AMD hardware.
I'm using the ATI R7 260X, the system is actually Debian testing( Jessie).
I've used the smxi scripts to install the recent liquorix kernel and proprietary ATI driver, this was actually my first time using it and sort to try it out.
Liquorix is a distro kernel replacement built using the best configuration and kernel sources for desktop, multimedia, and gaming workloads.
Install Liquorix Kernel in debian 7.0
Open the terminal and run the following commands
sudo vi /etc/apt/sources.list.d/liquorix.list
Add the following line
deb http://liquorix.net/debian sid main
Save and exit the file
All packages in the liquorix reposi
Please undo what you did and install the Liquorix kernel or kernel 3.5 from experimental. Running compat wireless with the free driver is ludicrous. If you insist on doing that, add this modprobe line to /etc/rc.local
i currently run xubuntu 12.10 with liquorix kernel 3.8.8-1. would it be possible to upgrade via the upgrade-gui to 13.04 without messing it all up? would the 13.04 kernel replace the current liquorix-kernel and i'd have to reinstall liqourix again? whats going to happen? :D :Z
edit: can some moderator change the title to 3.8.8-1 kernel?
Why not just put the following lines into /etc/apt/sources.list ?: deb http://liquorix.net/debian sid main
deb-src http://liquorix.net/debian sid mainYou'll get: kernel 3.13-6.dmz.1-liquorix... And as bonus: wine 1.7.11
Is it possible to use smxi script with crunchbang?Anybody using this method to update/install programs?What is smxi?smxi is an interactive script designed to help people maintain their systems. It supports Debian (Stable, Testing, and Sid) and true Debian based distros (sidux, AntiX, Mepis).http://smxi.org/
So I switched to the Liquorix kernel. It's a good improvement over the standard Debian kernels.Everyone who's using Liquorix does notice that there is quite a lot of kernel upgrades. So far I think that I've had one at least once a week.This gives a lot of kernels installed on my machine.