Run your Ubuntu/Debian 64 bit system with the latest stable kernel – 3.19.0!

TuxI have compiled yet another Ubuntu/Debian kernel for 64 bit systems. This time kernel 3.19.0-5-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org’s stable kernel 3.19.0, released 150209.

Feature OVERVIEW for the Linux 3.19 kernel

Install kernel 3.19.0-5-exton in Ubuntu/Debian based distributions
My self-compiled Ubuntu kernels can be used in all types of modern Ubuntu systems, including Mint. They can even be used in Debian Jessie (upcoming Debian 8). If you want to use my kernel 3.19.0-5-exton for 64 bit systems, you can DOWNLOAD it from here.

md5sum for ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.19.0-5-exton.zip, which is of 62,0 MB.

Installation instructions
Open the zip-file with WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Or run this command: unzip ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.19.0-5-exton.zip. Go into the folder ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.19.0-5-exton and run this command:
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.19.0-5_3.19.0-5.5_all.deb \
linux-headers-3.19.0-5-exton_3.19.0-5.5_amd64.deb \
linux-image-3.19.0-5-exton_3.19.0-5.5_amd64.deb

Then: Run command sudo update-grub (if you use Grub2).

Nvidia
It is possible to install Nvidia’s proprietary drivers if you use “my” kernel 3.19.0-5-exton. Could be useful if you like to play games. Please read this instruction. The Nvidia drivers in for example Ubuntu’s repositories – “Current” etc. – can’t be used. It is supposed to be “impossible” to install Nvidia’s latest drivers when running kernel 3.17 – 3.19 without “patches” etc. On the other hand it’s a fact that kernel 3.19 has better support for the open-source Nvidia driver Nouveau than any other older kernel.

A small clarification
“My” kernel 3.19.0-5-exton is compiled exactly the same way as all official Ubuntu kernels. That is, The Ubuntu Way. If not, the kernel would not function in a Ubuntu/Debian system.

Good luck!

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Run your Ubuntu/Debian 64 bit system with the latest stable kernel – 3.18.3

TuxI have compiled yet another Ubuntu/Debian kernel for 64 bit systems. This time kernel 3.18.0-10-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org’s stable kernel 3.18.3, released 150116.

Feature OVERVIEW for the Linux 3.18 kernel

Install kernel 3.18.0-10-exton in Ubuntu/Debian based distributions
My self-compiled Ubuntu kernels can be used in all types of modern Ubuntu systems, including Mint. They can even be used in Debian Jessie (upcoming Debian 8?). If you want to use my kernel 3.18.0-10-exton for 64 bit systems, you can DOWNLOAD it from here.

md5sum for ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.18.0-10-exton.zip, which is of 61,4 MB.

Installation instructions
Open the zip-file with WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Or run this command: unzip ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.18.0-10-exton.zip. Go into the folder ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.18.0-10-exton and run this command:
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.18.0-10_3.18.0-10.11_all.deb \
linux-headers-3.18.0-10-exton_3.18.0-10.11_amd64.deb\
linux-image-3.18.0-10-exton_3.18.0-10.11_amd64.deb

Then: Run command sudo update-grub (if you use Grub2).

Nvidia
It is possible to install Nvidia’s proprietary drivers if you use “my” kernel 3.18.0-10-exton. Could be useful if you like to play games. Please read this instruction. The Nvidia drivers in for example Ubuntu’s repositories – “Current” etc. – can’t be used. It is supposed to be “impossible” to install Nvidia’s latest drivers when running kernel 3.16 – 3.18 without “patches” etc.

A small clarification
“My” kernel 3.18.0-10-exton is compiled exactly the same way as all official Ubuntu kernels. That is, The Ubuntu Way. If not, the kernel would not function in a Ubuntu/Debian system.

Good luck!

Run your Ubuntu/Debian system with the latest stable kernel – 3.18!

TuxI have compiled yet another Ubuntu/Debian kernel for 64 bit systems. This time kernel 3.18.0-7-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org’s stable kernel 3.18, released 141207.

Feature OVERVIEW for the Linux 3.18 kernel

Install kernel 3.18.0-7-exton in Ubuntu/Debian based distributions
My self-compiled Ubuntu kernels can be used in all types of modern Ubuntu systems, including Mint. They can even be used in Debian Jessie (upcoming Debian 8?). If you want to use my kernel 3.18.0-7-exton for 64 bit systems, you can DOWNLOAD it from here.

md5sum for ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.18.0-7-exton.zip, which is of 60,9 MB.

Installation instructions
Open the zip-file with WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Or run this command: unzip ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.18.0-7-exton.zip. Go into the folder ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.18.0-7-exton and run this command:
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.18.0-7_3.18.0-7.8_all.deb \
linux-headers-3.18.0-7-exton_3.18.0-7.8_amd64.deb \
linux-image-3.18.0-7-exton_3.18.0-7.8_amd64.deb

Then: Run command sudo update-grub (if you use Grub2).

Nvidia
It is possible to install Nvidia’s proprietary drivers if you use “my” kernel 3.18.0-7-exton. Could be useful if you like to play games. Please read this instruction. The Nvidia drivers in for example Ubuntu’s repositories – “Current” etc. – can’t be used. It is supposed to be “impossible” to install Nvidia’s latest drivers when running kernel 3.15 – 3.18 without “patches” etc.

A small clarification
“My” kernel 3.18.0-7-exton is compiled exactly the same way as all official Ubuntu kernels. That is, The Ubuntu Way. If not, the kernel would not function in a Ubuntu/Debian system.

Good luck!

Run your Ubuntu/Debian 64 bit system with the latest kernel – 3.13.6!

TuxI have compiled yet another Ubuntu/Debian kernel for 64 bit systems. This time kernel 3.13.017-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org’s latest STABLE kernel 3.13.6, released 140307.

Feature OVERVIEW for the Linux 3.13 kernel

Install kernel 3.13.0-17-exton in Ubuntu/Debian based distributions
My self-compiled Ubuntu kernels can be used in all types of modern Ubuntu systems, including Mint. They can even be used in Debian Wheezy (Debian 7) and Debian Jessie (upcoming Debian 8?). If you want to use my kernel 3.13.0-17-exton for 64bit systems, you can DOWNLOAD it from here.

md5sum for ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.13.0-17-exton.zip, which is of 62,5 MB.

Installation instructions
Open the zip-file with WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Or run this command: unzip ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.13.0-17-exton.zip. Go into the folder ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.13.0-17-exton and run this command:
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.13.0-17_3.13.0-17.37_all.deb \
linux-headers-3.13.0-17-exton_3.13.0-17.37_amd64.deb \
linux-image-3.13.0-17-exton_3.13.0-17.37_amd64.deb

Then: Run command sudo update-grub (if you use Grub2).

Nvidia
It is possible to install Nvidia’s proprietary drivers if you use “my” kernel 3.13.0-17-exton. Could be useful if you like to play games. Please read this instruction. The Nvidia drivers in for example Ubuntu’s repositories – “Current” etc. – can’t be used. It is supposed to be “impossible” to install Nvidia’s latest drivers when running kernel 3.11 – 3.13 without “patches” etc.

A small clarification
“My” kernel 3.13.0-17-exton is compiled exactly the same way as all official Ubuntu kernels. That is, The Ubuntu Way. If not, the kernel would not function in a Ubuntu/Debian system.

Good luck!

exton  /140312

Run your Ubuntu/Debian 64 bit system with the latest kernel – 3.13.0!

TuxI have compiled yet another Ubuntu/Debian kernel for 64 bit systems. This time kernel 3.13.0-5-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org’s latest STABLE kernel 3.13.0, released yesterday (140120).

Feature OVERVIEW for the Linux 3.13 kernel

Install kernel 3.13.0-5-exton in Ubuntu/Debian based distributions
My self-compiled Ubuntu kernels can be used in all types of modern Ubuntu systems, including Mint. They can even be used in Debian Wheezy (Debian 7) and Debian Jessie (upcoming Debian 8?). If you want to use my kernel 3.13.0-5-exton for 64bit systems, you can DOWNLOAD it from here.

md5sum for ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.13.0-5-exton.zip, which is of 61,9 MB.

Installation instructions
Open the zip-file with WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Go into the folder ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.13.0-5-exton and run this command:
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.13.0-5_3.13.0-5.20_all.deb \
linux-headers-3.13.0-5-exton_3.13.0-5.20_amd64.deb \
linux-image-3.13.0-5-exton_3.13.0-5.20_amd64.deb


Then: Run command sudo update-grub (if you use Grub2).

Nvidia
It is possible to install Nvidia’s proprietary drivers if you use “my” kernel 3.13.0-5-exton. Could be useful if you like to play games. Please read this instruction. The Nvidia drivers in for example Ubuntu’s repositories – “Current” etc. – can’t be used. It is supposed to be “impossible” to install Nvidia’s latest drivers when running kernel 3.11 – 3.13 without “patches” etc.

A small clarification
“My” kernel 3.13.0-5-exton is compiled exactly the same way as all official Ubuntu kernels. That is, The Ubuntu Way. If not, the kernel would not function in a Ubuntu/Debian system.

Good luck!

exton  /140121

Install kernel 3.12.4 for Ubuntu/Debian 32 bit systems

TuxI have compiled yet another Ubuntu/Debian kernel for 32 bit systems. This time kernel 3.12.0-7-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org’s second latest kernel 3.12.4, released 131209.

Feature OVERVIEW for the Linux 3.12 kernel

Install kernel 3.12.0-7-exton in Ubuntu/Debian based distributions
My self-compiled Ubuntu kernels can be used in all types of modern Ubuntu systems, including Mint. They can even be used in Debian Wheezy (Debian 7) and Debian Jessie (upcoming Debian 8?). If you want to use my kernel 3.12.0-7-exton for 32 bit systems, you can DOWNLOAD it from here.

md5sum
for ubuntu-kernel-32bit-3.12.0-7-exton.zip, which is of 59,4 MB.

Installation instructions
Open the zip-file with WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Go into the folder ubuntu-kernel-32bit-3.12.0-7-exton and run this command:
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.12.0-7_3.12.0-7.15_all.deb \
linux-headers-3.12.0-7-exton_3.12.0-7.15_i386.deb \
linux-image-3.12.0-7-exton_3.12.0-7.15_i386.deb


Then
: Run command sudo update-grub (if you use Grub2).

A small clarification

“My” kernel 3.12.0-7-exton is compiled exactly the same way as all official Ubuntu kernels. That is, The Ubuntu Way. If not, the kernel would not function in a Ubuntu/Debian system.

Good luck!

exton  /131214

Install the latest stable kernel (3.12.4) for Ubuntu/Debian 64 bit systems

TuxI have compiled yet another Ubuntu/Debian kernel for 64 bit systems. This time kernel 3.12.0-7-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org’s latest STABLE kernel 3.12.4, released today (131209).

Feature OVERVIEW for the Linux 3.12 kernel

Install kernel 3.12.0-7-exton in Ubuntu/Debian based distributions
My self-compiled Ubuntu kernels can be used in all types of modern Ubuntu systems, including Mint. They can even be used in Debian Wheezy (Debian 7) and Debian Jessie (upcoming Debian 8?). If you want to use my kernel 3.12.0-7-exton for 64bit systems, you can DOWNLOAD it from here.

md5sum for ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.12.0-7-exton.zip, which is of 61,2 MB.

Installation instructions
Open the zip-file with WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Go into the folder ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.12.0-7-exton and run this command:
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.12.0-7_3.12.0-7.15_all.deb \
linux-headers-3.12.0-7-exton_3.12.0-7.15_amd64.deb \
linux-image-3.12.0-7-exton_3.12.0-7.15_amd64.deb


Then
: Run command sudo update-grub (if you use Grub2).

Nvidia
It is now possible to install Nvidia’s proprietary drivers if you use “my” kernel 3.12.0-7-exton. Could be useful if you like to play games. Please read this instruction. The Nvidia drivers in for example Ubuntu’s repositories – “Current” etc. – can’t be used. It is supposed to be “impossible” to install Nvidia’s latest drivers when running kernel 3.11 – 3.12 without “patches” etc.

NOTE
This kernel will be used in ExTiX 13 version 131209.

A small clarification

“My” kernel 3.12.0-7-exton is compiled exactly the same way as all official Ubuntu kernels. That is, The Ubuntu Way. If not, the kernel would not function in a Ubuntu/Debian system.

Good luck!

exton  /131209

Install the latest stable kernel (3.12) for Ubuntu/Debian 64 bit systems

TuxI have compiled yet another Ubuntu/Debian kernel for 64 bit systems. This time kernel 3.12.0-2-exton, equivalent to Kernel.org’s latest STABLE kernel 3.12, released 131103.

Feature OVERVIEW for the Linux 3.12 kernel

Install kernel 3.12.0-2-exton in Ubuntu/Debian based distributions
My self-compiled Ubuntu kernels can be used in all types of modern Ubuntu systems, including Mint. They can even be used in Debian Wheezy (Debian 7) and Debian Squeeze (Debian 6). If you want to use my kernel 3.12.0-2-exton for 64bit systems, you can DOWNLOAD it from here.

md5sum for ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.12.0-2-exton.zip, which is of 61,2 MB.

Installation instructions
Open the zip-file with WinZip, WinRAR or 7-Zip. Go into the folder ubuntu-kernel-64bit-3.12.0-2-exton and run this command:
sudo dpkg -i linux-headers-3.12.0-2_3.12.0-2.5_all.deb \
linux-headers-3.12.0-2-exton_3.12.0-2.5_amd64.deb \
linux-image-3.12.0-2-exton_3.12.0-2.5_amd64.deb


Then
: Run command sudo update-grub (if you use Grub2).

Nvidia
It is now possible to install Nvidia’s proprietary drivers if you use “my” kernel 3.12.0-2-exton. Could be useful if you like to play games. Please read this instruction. The Nvidia drivers in for example Ubuntu’s repositories – “Current” etc. – can’t be used. It is supposed to be “impossible” to install Nvidia’s latest drivers when running kernel 3.11 – 3.12 without “patches” etc.

NOTE
This kernel is used in ExTiX 13 version 131109.

A small clarification

“My” kernel 3.12.0-2-exton is compiled exactly the same way as all official Ubuntu kernels. That is, The Ubuntu Way. If not, the kernel would not function in a Ubuntu/Debian system.

Good luck!

exton  /131114