new linux-image: why?
trygvebw at gmail.com
Sun Jun 12 10:59:52 CDT 2005
1. It has to. Else it won't be able to tell the bootloader to boot up the
2. Of course, since the ATI driver is a kernel module, which is specific to
the current kernel.
3. I've noticed that too, but it doesn't matter really...
> Another question: I have a system with AMD Athlon 1800+ XP processor. So
> perhaps I should change my kernel to another one:
If you want to change it to anything, change it to
K7s are older AMD processors.
On 6/12/05, Christian Mager <christian.mager at bigcyris.com> wrote:
> Am Sonntag, 12. Juni 2005 15:51 schrieb Donatas G.:
> > After doing „apt-get upgrade" I got a suggestion I should install a an
> > package named „linux-image-2.6.10-5-386"
> > I guess that is an updated linux kernel, right? I guess it comes from
> > www.kubuntu.org <http://www.kubuntu.org> repository, though i am not
> > Should I try do do that? I mean, updating the kernel?
> > I did that once before, and:
> > 1. it rewrote my grub boot loader ( I have a dual boot, so I had to
> > restore some options)
> > 2. my fglrx driver (for ATI video card) stopped working after the
> upgrade -
> > had to reinstall it.
> > 3. I have raserfs root file system, and the new kernel complained at the
> > that it cannot find ext3...
> > Apart from that, everything worked fine.
> > Now, why shoud I follow the upgrade? Does it fix some major bug or
> > hole?
> > Another question: I have a system with AMD Athlon 1800+ XP processor. So
> > perhaps I should change my kernel to another one:
> > linux-image-2.6.10-5-k7
> > or maybe
> > linux-image-2.6.11-5-k7 ?
> > Do I have chances on optimizing and speeding up my system?
> hi, perhaps this link can help you:
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> kubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
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