You do realize, you don't have to replace the stock kernel when you compile a new one. You can install multiple kernels and their support files are in /lib/modules in directories defined by the kernel name.My system has 3 kernels installed. The standard Arch kernel, the -ck kernel from AUR, and (Because you can take the boy away from Gentoo, but you can't take Gentoo out of t
There is the possibility that you might have plugged it in after a kernel update and have not rebooted as well. With Arch kernels and modules are replaced rather than multiple kernel version being kept around. Thus when you update your kernel, the modules for the running kernel will be gone. So if, for instance, you plug in a FAT32 USB drive and both usbcore and vfat modules are
I am interested in bug fixes to the ALSA driver that were added to the v3.9 kernel. I don't find a 3.9 kernel in the ubuntu mainline kernel directory for 12.04 (precise). This article, https://launchpad.net/~gwendal-lebih...innamon-stable, seems to imply that one could install the mainline kernel for Ubuntu 13.04, though even there they don't have the latest 3.9.x kernel.
Kuno wrote:You know, you could just enable the liquorix-repos and install the latest liquorix-kernel, which is: 3.8-4.dmz.2-liquorix-amd64. Siduction is much better. They store all their kernels for a long time, so it`s possible to upgrade in steps and revert back to the last one that worked, when and if you get to a kernel that introduces new issues, like all 3.7 and 3.8 kernels do for me.
Dell Optiplex GX360 w/Intel 82845 G/GL graphics set
No login screen w/Fedora 17 and any of the 3.8 kernels. I get the Fedora f logo and some loading occurs, then it hangs with a mouse pointer on a black screen and nothing else. CTRL-ALT-Backspace or CTRL-ALT-Delete do nothing.