Allan McRae wrote:
From the glibc-2.15-5 package, the minimum required kernel version will
be increased from 2.6.27 to 2.6.32. This reflects the oldest kernel
version still receiving updates upstream.
on 02/07/2012 – Made popular on 02/07/2012
When building a compiler, one must specify Linux headers version and minumum supported kernel version, in addition to glibc version. And then there is actual kernel version and glibc version (with its own kernel headers version and minumum supported kernel version) on the target machine.
I actually have N4 running cm 10.2. I used to run Faux kernel on my device since I bought his apk but with CM 10.2 I have a color problem. I search with google, xda... but don't know how to fix it!
Faux kernel propose me to donwload : 28u jss, 28u jwr ans 28m-jwr for stables version and 30b01 for beta version.
I read that JSS version works with cm, write?
Can someone help me ?
I usually remove the third oldest kernel keeping 2 kernels. In the past when I rebooted after a kernel update, synaptic showed the third oldest kernel under autoremove. I have always removed it (no reboot needed) and was left with the two most recent kernels.
Now it seems things have changed somewhat.
The latest version of the stable Linux kernel, 126.96.36.199, is out, a short while after the previous update in the series. The most recent build of this kernel is much smaller than the previous one, but the maintainer has integrated a number of changes and various fixes.