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Old 05-22-2020, 03:31 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by K5MOB View Post
I am just couriers as I have looked and have not found anything on this.. I have not compiled a kernel in years as the stock ones work for everything I need OTB.. The machines I use have PAE extensions but if I wanted to compile and use a non PAE kernel do you know of a guide that tells you how to include it on a iso after I compile it..

I have never repacked a iso.. I have added .debs with different tools over the years but never a kernel..

The last time i compiled a kernel was about 2 years ago. But anyways It looks like a hassle to replace the kernel in an ISO directly. I prob would install the ISO to a VM, update my kernel and then remake the ISO.
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Old 05-24-2020, 10:26 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by michaelk View Post
ll is just an alias for ls -l. It is probably already in a users .bashrc file but just commented out.

Ubuntu stopped building a 32 bit version which is why the iso file is in the archives.
The point of using the x32 is so that people can use surplus hardware.. The system is running code that is dated 10plus years ago.. its running asterisk 1.4.23-pre with app_rpt that enables 2-way repeater linking.. My installer already has to include .debs from 14.04 or Jessie depending on ubuntu or debian host os.. I am not trying to go reinvent the wheel attempting to make ubuntu work like debian. There is only small differences but when you are dealing with people that use windows for the most part and just play in linux you get a lot of questions like why does debian to x and ubuntu do y..

As the source code will work on both ubuntu and debian I chose to let the user choose what os they want.. I just had no idea ubuntu had a 18.04 x32 installer.. It does not matter that it is EOL, The source can be compiled on 64x and work fine by the time that the current x32 thinclient hardware dies 64x thinclients should be on the second hand market just as cheap as the current x32 units..


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