I greatly enjoy learning as much as I can about everything...I specifically enjoy computer related material...I basically can learn anything in a short amount of time...I recently turned my interests towards building custom kernels and I am gathering as much information as I currently can...I want to build a kernel for the LG Esteem and I need help...I just want to hear your opinions...Sooooo, I'l
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Hi, I don't really know a lot about kernels and its the kind of territory that generally puts me at unease. However, I'm running a non-PAE kernel (3.2.0-3-amd64) on my x121e. This means that I get 3 out of the 4gb ram. Not that I really need the extra 1gb, but I would like to get it. Is there an easy way of doing this?
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