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Distribution Kernel
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{{Project |Name=Distribution Kernel |Description=Dist-kernel project maintains packages providing for zero-effort kernel install and upgrades |Email=dist-kernel@gentoo.org |ParentProject=Project:Gentoo |PropagatesMembers=No |Members={{Project Member |Developer=User:MGorny |Role=Self-appointed lead |IsLead=Yes }}{{Project Member |Developer=User:Zlogene |Role=Minion |IsLead=No }} }} The Distribution Kernel project aims to maintain sys-kernel/*-kernel packages. Those kernel packages have three goals: # Covering kernel maintenance wholly within packages (install via emerge, upgrade as part of @world upgrade), without requiring additional actions from the user or resorting to nonportable hacks. # Providing a default configuration that works for most of diverse systems, for users who are not interested in configuring their own kernel from scratch. # Supporting different bootloaders and {{Path|/boot}} layouts (LILO, GRUB, systemd-boot, EFI stub…) with minimal effort, including deploying self-built kernel binary packages over a fleet of heterogeneous systems. ==Current packages== The project is currently in early stage, and the only packages provided are {{Package|sys-kernel/vanilla-kernel}} and {{Package|sys-kernel/vanilla-kernel-bin}}. Use at your own risk, keep a backup kernel available.
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@@ -1,1 +1,24 @@ +{{Project +|Name=Distribution Kernel +|Description=Dist-kernel project maintains packages providing for zero-effort kernel install and upgrades +|Email=dist-kernel@gentoo.org +|ParentProject=Project:Gentoo +|PropagatesMembers=No +|Members={{Project Member +|Developer=User:MGorny +|Role=Self-appointed lead +|IsLead=Yes +}}{{Project Member +|Developer=User:Zlogene +|Role=Minion +|IsLead=No +}} +}} +The Distribution Kernel project aims to maintain sys-kernel/*-kernel packages. Those kernel packages have three goals: +# Covering kernel maintenance wholly within packages (install via emerge, upgrade as part of @world upgrade), without requiring additional actions from the user or resorting to nonportable hacks. +# Providing a default configuration that works for most of diverse systems, for users who are not interested in configuring their own kernel from scratch. +# Supporting different bootloaders and {{Path|/boot}} layouts (LILO, GRUB, systemd-boot, EFI stub…) with minimal effort, including deploying self-built kernel binary packages over a fleet of heterogeneous systems. + +==Current packages== +The project is currently in early stage, and the only packages provided are {{Package|sys-kernel/vanilla-kernel}} and {{Package|sys-kernel/vanilla-kernel-bin}}. Use at your own risk, keep a backup kernel available.
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{{Project |Name=Distribution Kernel |Description=Dist-kernel project maintains packages providing for zero-effort kernel install and upgrades |Email=dist-kernel@gentoo.org |ParentProject=Project:Gentoo |PropagatesMembers=No |Members={{Project Member |Developer=User:MGorny |Role=Self-appointed lead |IsLead=Yes }}{{Project Member |Developer=User:Zlogene |Role=Minion |IsLead=No }} }} The Distribution Kernel project aims to maintain sys-kernel/*-kernel packages. Those kernel packages have three goals: # Covering kernel maintenance wholly within packages (install via emerge, upgrade as part of @world upgrade), without requiring additional actions from the user or resorting to nonportable hacks. # Providing a default configuration that works for most of diverse systems, for users who are not interested in configuring their own kernel from scratch. # Supporting different bootloaders and {{Path|/boot}} layouts (LILO, GRUB, systemd-boot, EFI stub…) with minimal effort, including deploying self-built kernel binary packages over a fleet of heterogeneous systems. ==Current packages== The project is currently in early stage, and the only packages provided are {{Package|sys-kernel/vanilla-kernel}} and {{Package|sys-kernel/vanilla-kernel-bin}}. Use at your own risk, keep a backup kernel available.
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Distribution Kernel Description Dist-kernel project maintains packages providing for zero-effort kernel install and upgrades Project email dist-kernel@gentoo.org Lead(s) none No lead election date set Member(s) Subproject(s)(and inherited member(s)) (none) Parent Project Gentoo Project listing The Distribution Kernel project aims to maintain sys-kernel/*-kernel packages. Those kernel packages have three goals: Covering kernel maintenance wholly within packages (install via emerge, upgrade as part of @world upgrade), without requiring additional actions from the user or resorting to nonportable hacks. Providing a default configuration that works for most of diverse systems, for users who are not interested in configuring their own kernel from scratch. Supporting different bootloaders and /boot layouts (LILO, GRUB, systemd-boot, EFI stub…) with minimal effort, including deploying self-built kernel binary packages over a fleet of heterogeneous systems. Current packages[edit] The project is currently in early stage, and the only packages provided are sys-kernel/vanilla-kernel and sys-kernel/vanilla-kernel-bin. Use at your own risk, keep a backup kernel available.
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