install_latest_kernel automates the process of fetching, patching, configuring, building, and installing Linux kernels and updating bootloaders. It is designed for people that often install the latest kernel and get a little bit bored by the standard routine. It is not suitable for newbies and requires a working setup, a kernel configuration file, and the ability to read scripts and apply patches.
|Tags||Operating System Kernels Linux|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release supports fixpatch kernels (126.96.36.199, etc.). Useful tags are added while patching. The entire script is portable (for ash lovers). It will only check for a new finger file if the current one is older than 10 minutes. Externals have been removed as much as possible.
Release Notes: A warning was added for performed cookie task, which makes it easier to see what's going on. More fixes were made for the new naming scheme.
Release Notes: Pre-releases are now based on stable releases without post-patches.
Release Notes: This release fixes two minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the 2.6 kernel branch.