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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #30 on: 10. September 2013, 16:27:21 »
waiting for 3.11 ... :)

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #31 on: 12. September 2013, 15:00:11 »
waiting for 3.11 ... :)
I'm somewhat conservative with my kernel version choice, generally I wait a little while for any new kernel to prove itself before I move to it myself, and thus before I compile a new ck1bfq kernel (which perhaps doesn't line up with the usual preference of the type of user who runs custom kernels)...

That said, so far the feedback for 3.11 has been very uneventful, which is exactly what we want it to be, so i'm thinking this weekend 3.11 will hit the repo (and also 3.10.11).
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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #32 on: 25. September 2013, 15:05:59 »
I can tell you 3.11 is a beauty and is rock stable. Intel Pstate works brilliant with my IVB, so does thermald. The system also responds far better as compared to older kernels.

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #33 on: 01. October 2013, 09:09:28 »
I just came here to say thanks: This kernel is rock-solid while being even more responsive on my systems. I absolutely love it. And i really look forward to 3.11 for my Ati-Laptop.

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #34 on: 01. October 2013, 13:32:52 »
64bit 3.11.2 is building now, I'll use it for a few hours and build 32bit and 32bit PAE kernels on it, should be in repo tomorrow.

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #35 on: 02. October 2013, 08:53:27 »
3.11 series ck1bfq kernels are up.
3.11 32bit PAE kernel is now also available.

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #36 on: 02. October 2013, 09:00:05 »
updating now...

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #37 on: 02. October 2013, 14:50:15 »
3.11 series ck1bfq kernels are up.
3.11 32bit PAE kernel is now also available.

Downloaded and have been playing about with it!

A bonus of the 3.11 kernel - my WiiU Gamepad pro  (just the joypad NOT the tv tablet thingy)  now works perfectly in Linux!  The Wii remote also works great aswell now

Thanks for uploading this


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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #38 on: 04. October 2013, 14:12:43 »
Works great for me, thanks !

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #39 on: 04. October 2013, 15:26:26 »
what about virtualbox-host-modules ?

Host and guest modules for 64bit 3.11 kernel are now in the repo.

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #40 on: 04. October 2013, 15:48:09 »
Thanks Korrode :D
Downloading now.
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sudo pacman -S linux311-ck1bfq linux311-ck1bfq-headers linux311-ck1bfq-virtualbox-host-modules
resolving dependencies...
looking for inter-conflicts...

Packages (3): linux311-ck1bfq-3.11.2-1  linux311-ck1bfq-headers-3.11.2-1
              linux311-ck1bfq-virtualbox-host-modules-4.2.18-0

Total Download Size:    54.01 MiB
Total Installed Size:   109.31 MiB

:: Proceed with installation? [Y/n]
:: Retrieving packages ...

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #41 on: 04. October 2013, 16:04:13 »
The kernel works ;)
A small inconsistency :)
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[2013-10-04 19:25] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET] ===> You must load vboxdrv module before starting VirtualBox:
[2013-10-04 19:25] [ALPM-SCRIPTLET] ===> # modprobe vboxdrv
[2013-10-04 19:26] [PACMAN] installed linux311-ck1bfq-virtualbox-host-modules (4.2.18-0)
But in modules-load.d, /etc/modules-load.d/linux311-ck1bfq-virtualbox-host-modules.conf has been automatically created, which automatically loads the vbox modules at startup :D

Edit-
I think I see it in the normal kernels also. no problem then :)
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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #42 on: 05. October 2013, 00:49:25 »
I don't suppose this kernel has the Thinkpad SMAPI (tp_smapi) modules included? It's an extra package for the standard Manjaro kernel...
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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #43 on: 05. October 2013, 06:11:41 »
I don't suppose this kernel has the Thinkpad SMAPI (tp_smapi) modules included? It's an extra package for the standard Manjaro kernel...
There isn't and i'm reluctant to take on too many extramodules to maintain...
However I did quickly make a source package for you (for 3.11 kernel), you can do:
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wget http://www.paradoxcomputers.com.au/manjaro/packages/linux311-ck1bfq-tp_smapi-0.41-1.src.tar.gz
tar -xf linux311-ck1bfq-tp_smapi-0.41-1.src.tar.gz
cd linux311-ck1bfq-tp_smapi
makepkg -csir
and you'll have the modules for linux311-ck1bfq.
Do note that you should keep the linux311-ck1bfq-tp_smapi folder you extracted around so you can re-build the module package when the kernel gets an update (like when I update it from 3.11.2 to 3.11.3 in a few days). When the update comes in and your current modules stop working just open a terminal in that linux311-ck1bfq-tp_smapi folder and do:
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makepkg -csirf.

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Re: Manjaro Kernel with ck1(BFS)+BFQ patchsets (incl. binary repo)
« Reply #44 on: 06. October 2013, 13:18:55 »
Thank you very much for providing a pae kernel  :D