linux-126.96.36.199-libre1: suitable for Free System Distributions
Rubén Rodríguez Pérez
ruben at es.gnu.org
Sun Mar 29 13:24:25 UTC 2009
El mar, 24-03-2009 a las 17:33 -0300, Alexandre Oliva escribió:
> On Mar 21, 2009, Rubén Rodríguez Pérez <ruben at es.gnu.org> wrote:
> > sed: file /tmp/deblob-check-sedmain-K31812 line 3: unterminated address regex
> > The deblobbed file is emptied and the script runs much faster than it
> > should.
> That's a nasty built-in echo command that expands '\n's to line-break,
> instead of just echoing stuff. I'm a bit surprised that this didn't
> occur in earlier releases.
> Anyhow, I've just installed a fix in the 2009-03-24 version of
> deblob-check, which I'm now using to roll out 188.8.131.52-libre1. Will you
> please give it a try?
I can try it, where can I find this version?
Anyway, I've successfully built a deblobbed version of ubuntu's current
jaunty kernel, 2.6.28-11. It takes a lot of time to deblob, but by using
bash instead of dash it works well, so we can fix this later.
After messing a little with the abi changes, the deb is built, and it
runs like a charm in my Acer aspire one. This kernel will ship with the
forthcoming netbook edition of Trisquel (Trisquel Mini), based on xfce4.
Some issues though:
-This version of the kernel includes the snd-pcsp sound driver (pc
speaker) which you have to blacklist or it becomes the main soundcard.
-The changes the debblob process applies to the abi requires this:
cat << EOF > debian/abi/perm-blacklist
-From intrepid onwards there is no linux-ubuntu-modules anymore, so
ubuntu is now including some extra pieces inside the kernel package.
You can find the complete build results at:
and the list of files added by ubuntu at:
I need some help to figure out if any of this files is non-free.
PS: Please note that both the build and the devel server itself can
contain non-free stuff, use them with care!
More information about the linux-libre