What is Lubuntu's plan regarding the non-pae kernel?
gregfaith at gmail.com
Fri Feb 10 03:53:13 UTC 2012
The one thing I can tell you is that I tried the non-pae mini.iso today and
it did not load a kernel. Now I am just trying the regular mini.iso to see
if it loads properly. I will probably try the non-pae again on another day
but it appears the archive does not have the non-pae kernel ready for the
minimal install. Back to testing...out
On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 8:02 PM, Lance <lbsolost at yahoo.com> wrote:
> First of all I have no hardware that's incapable of running the pae kernel
> but a few folks have reported at the forums getting an error, "kernel
> requires feature pae and won't boot", particularly with Pentium M machines.
> I've been doing some studying and it looks like upgrades from Oneiric
> w/non-pae to Precise remain non-pae, and undoubtedly using the mini.iso
> will work, but I'd think both of those options would require fast ethernet.
> I also typically encounter problems using the mini.iso with my wired
> network, that's nothing new, I just end up having to connect the machine
> that's booting the mini.iso directly to my modem, which means all of my
> other machines have to be down while the net-install completes.
> BTW I'm talking about the non-pae mini.iso:
> Anyway here at Launchpad:
> Stéphane Graber said, "I know some flavours of Ubuntu chose to ship with
> non-PAE by default, using one of these (probably xubuntu and lubuntu) would
> work too."
> So I wonder if we are in fact going to rebuild our iso's with the non-pae
> kernel? It would seem rather appropriate since our target audience is
> older, lower resource computers.
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