[Pardus-devel] Make kernel-pae default? (Pardus 2011)
gurkan at pardususer.de
Mon Feb 14 01:25:10 EET 2011
My vote also! PAE enabled kernel for the 32 bit Pardus release is for my
opinion the best solution :)
Am 13.02.2011 17:59 schrieb "Stefan Wilhelm" <sw1976de at googlemail.com>:
> What a great idea! You have my vote :-)
> 2011/2/13 Fatih Aşıcı <fatih at pardus.org.tr>
>> On Fri, 11 Feb 2011 10:56:41 +0200, Ozan Çağlayan <ozan at pardus.org.tr>
>>> Cuma 11 Şubat 2011 günü (saat 10:39:54) David Stegbauer şunları
>>>> Hello developers,
>>>> more and more boxes are equipped with 4GiB (or more) of RAM. So I
>>>> think the default kernel on i686 platform should be pae-enabled and
>>>> non-pae kernel could be provided as option. Pae is supported by Intel
>>>> Pentium Pro (and above) and AMD Athlon and later . I don't see any
>>>> problems, because Pardus 2011 is modern distribution and really old
>>>> CPUs are not powerful enough.
>>> The problem is that if we enable PAE in the default kernel, people
>>> not having a PAE
>>> supporting processor will end up with a non- botting system after
>>> We can just prepare kernel-pae packages as in Pardus 2009 but seen
>>> that x86_64 is around,
>>> that won't be popular too much among people.
>>> Let's discuss what can we do.
>> I think, we should maintain pae packages as in 2009.
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