linux-libre 4.15 Ryzen at at
Fri Dec 29 23:16:32 UTC 2017

On 2017-12-29 15:50, edgar at wrote:
> On 2017-12-29 19:40, at wrote:
>> # make menuconfig
>> Which is an ncurses-based text user interface to configure the kernel,
>> from there you usually mark only the features that apply to your
>> hardware, and the filesystems you want to use; if you don't want to do
>> that, just get a probed generic configuration from another
>> distribution and replace .config in the same directory of the linux
>> sources. After you are done, run:
> Thank you. I am only concerned about activating non-free parameters
> without knowing. Is there a blacklist or whitelist somewhere?
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Well, the linux-libre sources ship with a clean-of-blobs config, and can 
work as a generic kernel, I used to compiled by hand when I used gentoo, 
never had any problems with non-free firmware.

Hope that helps.


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