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Your kernel pre-dates the release of Cedarview processors, so it's not surprising that you're having problems. Patching the kernel is likely to be rather complex though, given that you're new at it; you'd probably also need to patch X.org and/or MESA to get things working properly. Since you plan to upgrade at some point, I'd suggest doing that first: it ...


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It's in kernel space. This article from Linux Device Drivers is a bit dated but still should generally apply: https://lwn.net/images/pdf/LDD3/ch18.pdf However, there is some effort recently towards replacing the kernel driver with a userspace console called "KMSCON" -- see that project's site for more: http://cgit.freedesktop.org/~dvdhrm/kmscon/tree/README


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The Linux-based system I tried doesn't have a section 9 in its man page, but, looking online, one can find the NetBSD intro(9) man page: This section contains information related to the internal operation of the system kernel. It describes function interfaces and variables of use to the systems and device driver programmer. This appears to be about APIs ...


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Not a problem, it's the way most openWRT systems connect the wlan and switch ports into the same LAN. Here's an example of the config on my openWRT system which has two wifi networks, one for private use and one for guests: # brctl show bridge name bridge id STP enabled interfaces br-vlan2 7fff.a0f3c15eb708 no ...


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U-Boot is doing exactly what it should (silencing the output) with the following command: #define CONFIG_EXTRA_ENV_SETTINGS \ "silent=1\0" \ seems like this happens only on my system.


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This may be a duplicate of this just asked differently. Anyways, have you tried to find out if another process is using the camera(such as one of your previous attempts to use the camera not exiting properly...) Try this - (notice you have to take the output of the first line and edit the third line to match your output... sudo fuser /dev/video0 ...


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Your diagram is good except for the labels on the vertical black line between the bridge and "Dell PE860". It should really be labelled "br0", not "eth1". eth1, tap1, and tap2, having become member ports of the bridge, have been effectively relegated to the role of being layer 2 interfaces, not layer 3. IP packets sent and received from the VM-host go into ...


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Debian I haven't tried yet but here some instruction to run X32-ABI on debian: https://wiki.debian.org/X32Port Arch Here a repository with many X32 packages (such as chromium, mysql): https://github.com/fantix/ArchLinux-x32


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As a follow-up of my comment: Run the following command on one shell. You can make a shell script of it or demonize with the -d option. inotifywait -m -r -e open --format '%f' /kernel_sources/directory/in_use/ -o /home/user/kernel_build.log On other shell, execute make The log file /home/user/kernel_build.log will have a list of the files that have been ...


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I would rather clone this git. And then do git diff --stat $ git clone git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/stable/linux-stable.git` $ cd linux-stable/ $ git diff --stat v3.18.6 v3.18.7


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You can compile a Linux kernel without MMU support on most processor architectures, including x86. However, because this is a rare configuration only for users who know what they are doing, the option is not included in the menu displayed by make menuconfig, make xconfig and the like, except on a few architectures for embedded devices where the lack of MMU ...


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have a look at ELKS (embeddable linux kernel subset) or verison 1 of Minix


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What is your board ? Did you configure the Kernel ? You need to configure the Kernel to match your board and specify the corss-compile toolchain. Isn't the arm-none-eabi-* for bare-metal ? Not for linux. Who siad you need to use gcc-arm-none-eabi-4_9-2014q4 ? Also, you are resetting the PATH! Do this: PATH=$PATH:/opt/gcc-arm-none-eabi-4_9-2014q4/bin/


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I've been researching the same thing for my desktop PC while building my kernel on my own. I have decided to disable NUMA after much research. My CPU is a Core i7 3820 which has 8 processors with HT. This page helped my come to my decision. disable NUMA from config files In summary, NUMA is only worthwhile if you have more than 1 CPU socket (regardless ...


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I had the same problem while installing openSUSE 13.2 on my old 32bit MSI Laptop. After GRUB screen the installer loaded the kernel and started some services until it stucks at 'AppArmor: AppArmor sha1 policy hashing enabled'. I thought the problem was actually AppArmor and disabled it on boot with bootparameter 'apparmor=0' ...


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Try after rebuilding U-Boot with #define CONFIG_SILENT_U_BOOT_ONLY Some discussion is at http://stackoverflow.com/q/22143253/1821972


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tested on HP dc7900 to see message "IOMMU found" : deactivate integrated video iommu=calgary intel_iommu=on intel_iommu=igfx_off



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