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Letzte Änderung am 2006-10-10 15:11:38 von slam official FAQ link corrected

Erweiterungen:
Note: please check also the Official KANOTIX HowTo for Upgrading Kernel!

Löschungen:
Note: please check also the FAQ for upgrading kernel


Editiert am 2006-10-08 16:07:28 von thomashohm

Erweiterungen:
Note: please check also the FAQ for upgrading kernel
Be carefull: since the newer versions of Kanotix, please use the following script for ATI Radeon:
install-fglrx-debian.sh



Editiert am 2006-08-08 18:43:21 von Richard

Erweiterungen:
Visit http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/ to find the kernel you wish to download, both 32bit and 64bit kernels can be found here. Copy the URL and replace the URL below with the one you want (as at the time of this writing ::+::, the "current-kernel" file does not exist, so you will need to specify the exact kernel you want),
cd /usr/src 
wget  http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/kernel-kanotix-current.zip
then unzip the new kernel,
unzip kernel-kanotix-current.zip -d kernel-kanotix-current

cd kernel-kanotix-current
./install-kernel-kanotix.sh
if you need some modules install them with
dpkg -i *modules*deb
Most will probably not need any additional driver modules at all. If you need a specific driver, replace *module*deb with the file name of the module you require.
Now restart the PC.
reboot
Upon boot, the new kernel is selected automatically.
Enter 3 as cheatcode and log in as root into the textconsole, there perform the following:
update-modules

alsamixer
and save your settings with,
alsactl store
Now update Kano's scripts,
update-scripts-kanotix.sh
wait for the "finished message to be certain the update finished.

Nvidia

install-nvidia-debian.sh

ATI Radeon

install-radeon-debian.sh
Once the installation is is complete, X should start up automatically, though if it doesn't you can test it with,
init 5

For good measure restart the machine,
reboot

Those who would now like to remove the old kernel completely can do so with a script from Kano. How it's done is described here: Old Kernel Cleaup


Löschungen:
Visit http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/ to find the kernel you wish to download, both 32bit and 64bit kernels can be found here. Copy the URL and replace the URL below with the one you want (as at the time of this writing ::+::, the "current-kernel" file does not exist, so you will need to specify the exact kernel you want),
cd /usr/src
wget  http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/kernel-kanotix-current.zip

then unzip the new kernel,
unzip kernel-kanotix-current.zip -d kernel-kanotix-current

cd kernel-kanotix-current
./install-kernel-kanotix.sh

if you need some modules install them with
dpkg -i *modules*deb

Most will probably not need any additional driver modules at all. If you need a specific driver, replace *module*deb with the file name of the module you require.
Now restart the PC.
reboot

Upon boot, the new kernel is selected automatically.
Enter 3 as cheatcode and log in as root into the textconsole, there perform the following:
update-modules

alsamixer

and save your settings with,
alsactl store

Now update Kano's scripts,
update-scripts-kanotix.sh

wait for the "finished message to be certain the update finished.

Nvidia

install-nvidia-debian.sh

ATI Radeon

install-radeon-debian.sh

Once the installation is is complete, X should start up automatically, though if it doesn't you can test it with,
init 5

For good measure restart the machine,
reboot

Those who would now like to remove the old kernel completely can do so with a script from Kano. How it's done is described here: Old Kernel Cleaup



Editiert am 2006-08-08 18:07:44 von Richard

Erweiterungen:
The current kernel with drivers can always to be found at http://kanotix.com/


Löschungen:
The current kernel with drivers can always to be found at http://kanotix.com/


Editiert am 2006-08-08 18:07:09 von Richard proofing

Erweiterungen:
These steps must be run as root

1. Download The Current Kernel

2. Install Kernel



Löschungen:
These steps must be run as root

1. Download The Current Kernel

2. Install Kernel




Editiert am 2006-08-08 18:02:22 von Richard

Erweiterungen:
These steps must be run as root


Löschungen:
These steps must be run as root


Editiert am 2006-08-08 18:00:04 von Richard proofing

Erweiterungen:
These steps must be run as root Visit http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/ to find the kernel you wish to download, both 32bit and 64bit kernels can be found here. Copy the URL and replace the URL below with the one you want (as at the time of this writing ::+::, the "current-kernel" file does not exist, so you will need to specify the exact kernel you want),
Those who would like can still add; echo $? to the script command. This displays the return code of the script, which is zero (0) if no error ocurred. Generally however, this is unnecessary.
:de: Kanotix-Kernel-Update


Löschungen:
hese steps must be run as root
Visit http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/ to find the kernel you wish to download, both 32bit and 64bit kernels can be found here. Copy the URL and replace the url below with the one you want (as at the time of this writing ::+::, the "current-kernel" file does not exist, so you will need to specify the exact kernel you want),
Those who would like can still add ; echo $? to the script command. This displays the return code of the script, i.e. if it is not equal to zero, an error has happened. Generally however, this is unnecessary.
:de: Kanotix-Kernel-Update



Editiert am 2006-07-23 01:41:05 von IndieRockSteve minor fixes

Erweiterungen:
hese steps must be run as root
Those who would like can still add ; echo $? to the script command. This displays the return code of the script, i.e. if it is not equal to zero, an error has happened. Generally however, this is unnecessary.
To install the new kernel,
Attention: Since 2.6.12 several important driver packages (i.e. madwifi, wlan-ng, ndiswrapper) have been moved from the driver package, and can be found now directly in the kernel package!


Löschungen:
These steps must be run as root
Those who would like can still add ; echo $? to the script command. This displays the return code of the script, i.e. if it is not equal to zero, an error has happened. Generally however, this is unnecessary.
Attention: Since 2.6.12 several important driver packages (i.e. madwifi, wlan-ng, ndiswrapper) have been moved from the driver package, and can be found now directly in the kernel package!



Editiert am 2006-07-23 01:37:29 von IndieRockSteve minor fixes

Erweiterungen:

2. Install Kernel

3. Restart

4. Graphics Drivers

5. X

6. Restart



Löschungen:

1. Install Kernel

1. Restart

1. Graphics Drivers

1. X

1. Restart




Editiert am 2006-07-23 01:35:34 von IndieRockSteve some formatting fixes, a lot of grammar correction, and some updated information. A lot of the wacki

Erweiterungen:
Kanotix Kernel Updates
The current kernel with drivers can always to be found at http://kanotix.com/
These steps must be run as root

1. Download The Current Kernel

Visit http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/ to find the kernel you wish to download, both 32bit and 64bit kernels can be found here. Copy the URL and replace the url below with the one you want (as at the time of this writing ::+::, the "current-kernel" file does not exist, so you will need to specify the exact kernel you want),
then unzip the new kernel,

1. Install Kernel

Those who would like can still add ; echo $? to the script command. This displays the return code of the script, i.e. if it is not equal to zero, an error has happened. Generally however, this is unnecessary.
Most will probably not need any additional driver modules at all. If you need a specific driver, replace *module*deb with the file name of the module you require.
Attention: Since 2.6.12 several important driver packages (i.e. madwifi, wlan-ng, ndiswrapper) have been moved from the driver package, and can be found now directly in the kernel package!

1. Restart

Now restart the PC.
reboot

Upon boot, the new kernel is selected automatically.
If during boot you notice a problem with the new kernel you can also select an older kernel.
Enter 3 as cheatcode and log in as root into the textconsole, there perform the following:
Adjust the settings of your soundcard,
alsamixer

and save your settings with,
alsactl store

Now update Kano's scripts,
wait for the "finished message to be certain the update finished.

1. Graphics Drivers

Nvidia

ATI Radeon

1. X

Once the installation is is complete, X should start up automatically, though if it doesn't you can test it with,

1. Restart

For good measure restart the machine,
reboot

Removal Of Old Kernel

Those who would now like to remove the old kernel completely can do so with a script from Kano. How it's done is described here: Old Kernel Cleaup


Löschungen:

Kanotix Kernel Updates

The current kernel with driver is always to be found at http://kanotix.com/
absolutely do this as root please !!!
download the current kernel:
for all standard 32bit-systems. (For 64bit or multi-prozessor systems - including some Intel processors using hyperthreading - you will find special kernels from Kano at the same location. e.g. http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/kernel-kanotix64-current.zip If you want to use them change the kernel name in all code examples here accordingly.)
then
then install it with the following commands.
>Those who would like can still add ; echo $? to the script command. That displays the return code of the >Script, i.e. if it is not equal to zero, an error has happened. Generally however, this is unnecessary.
Most will probably not need any additional driver modules at all. Feel free to delete unneeded drivers before executing the above otherwise you will install all of them. (Attention: Since 2.6.12 several important driver packages (i.e. madwifi, wlan-ng, ndiswrapper) have been moved from the driver package, and can be found now directly in the kernel package!)
Now start the PC again. The new kernel is selected automatically. (if there are problems, one can also select an older kernel here).
Enter 3 as cheatcode and log in as root into the textconsole, there perform the following:
adjust the settings of your soundcard, use :code:alsamixer:code: for that and save your settings with
alsactl store

Now update Kano's scripts.
whereupon you wait for the "finished" message, which concludes the action.
You can now install the driver for the graphic cards
for Nvidia start
or the graphic cards driver for the ATI Radeon start
If the installation is through, KDE will usually be started automatically again, otherwise enter the following command::
Restart, that's what should have happened !
Those who would now like to remove the old kernel completely can do so with a script from Kano. How it's done is described here: http://wiki.kanotix.net/CoMa.php?CoMa=Old-Kernel_cleanup



Editiert am 2006-07-23 01:00:02 von IndieRockSteve code cleanup

Erweiterungen:
cd /usr/src
wget  http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/kernel-kanotix-current.zip

unzip kernel-kanotix-current.zip -d kernel-kanotix-current

./install-kernel-kanotix.sh

dpkg -i *modules*deb

update-modules

adjust the settings of your soundcard, use :code:alsamixer:code: for that and save your settings with
alsactl store

update-scripts-kanotix.sh

install-nvidia-debian.sh

install-radeon-debian.sh

init 5


Löschungen:
:code:cd /usr/src
wget ::
:code:unzip kernel-kanotix-current.zip -d kernel-kanotix-current:code:
:code:
./install-kernel-kanotix.sh:code:
:code:dpkg -i *modules*deb :code:
:code:update-modules:code:
adjust the settings of your soundcard, use :code:alsamixer:code: for that and save your settings with :code:alsactl store:code:
:code:update-scripts-kanotix.sh:code:
:code:install-nvidia-debian.sh:code:
:code:install-radeon-debian.sh:code:
:code:init 5:code:



älteste bekannte Version dieser Seite wurde bearbeitet am 2006-01-11 13:02:48 von AchIlles [ ]

Kanotix Kernel Updates


The current kernel with driver is always to be found at http://kanotix.com/

absolutely do this as root please !!!

download the current kernel:

:code:cd /usr/src
wget ::

for all standard 32bit-systems. (For 64bit or multi-prozessor systems - including some Intel processors using hyperthreading - you will find special kernels from Kano at the same location. e.g. http://debian.tu-bs.de/project/kanotix/kernel/kernel-kanotix64-current.zip If you want to use them change the kernel name in all code examples here accordingly.)

then

:code:unzip kernel-kanotix-current.zip -d kernel-kanotix-current:code:

then install it with the following commands.

>Those who would like can still add ; echo $? to the script command. That displays the return code of the >Script, i.e. if it is not equal to zero, an error has happened. Generally however, this is unnecessary.


:code:
cd kernel-kanotix-current
./install-kernel-kanotix.sh:code:

if you need some modules install them with

:code:dpkg -i *modules*deb :code:

Most will probably not need any additional driver modules at all. Feel free to delete unneeded drivers before executing the above otherwise you will install all of them. (Attention: Since 2.6.12 several important driver packages (i.e. madwifi, wlan-ng, ndiswrapper) have been moved from the driver package, and can be found now directly in the kernel package!)

Now start the PC again. The new kernel is selected automatically. (if there are problems, one can also select an older kernel here).

Enter 3 as cheatcode and log in as root into the textconsole, there perform the following:

:code:update-modules:code:
adjust the settings of your soundcard, use :code:alsamixer:code: for that and save your settings with :code:alsactl store:code:

Now update Kano's scripts.

:code:update-scripts-kanotix.sh:code:

whereupon you wait for the "finished" message, which concludes the action.

You can now install the driver for the graphic cards

for Nvidia start

:code:install-nvidia-debian.sh:code:

or the graphic cards driver for the ATI Radeon start

:code:install-radeon-debian.sh:code:

If the installation is through, KDE will usually be started automatically again, otherwise enter the following command::

:code:init 5:code:

Restart, that's what should have happened !

Those who would now like to remove the old kernel completely can do so with a script from Kano. How it's done is described here: http://wiki.kanotix.net/CoMa.php?CoMa=Old-Kernel_cleanup

:de: Kanotix-Kernel-Update
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