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Cubiuntu 0.6 for A20 with 3.4.75+ kernel

Started by patwood, December 30, 2013, 09:17:00 pm

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exxos

March 11, 2014, 02:39:13 pm #90 Last Edit: March 11, 2014, 02:40:57 pm by exxos
Hello,

A quick question, are we ready to embrace systemd with this kernel version?

I have had a quick look and it seems that (for both versions, 3.4.75 and 3.4.79) it misses us some kernel options? CONFIG_FHANDLE ? CONFIG_SECCOMP (optional, but recommanded)?
I'm not a specialist, and I prefere to double check with all of you guys. :)

http://cgit.freedesktop.org/systemd/systemd/tree/README#n36

(from https://wiki.debian.org/systemd#Installing_and_Testing)

What is your feeling about this issue that is coming with the Jessie Debian version (the one I'm running)?

Regards,
exxos.

TazGR30

Guys i have one question.

Currently my CB2 is running the android image version 1.06 on the nand. If i install Cubiuntu0.6.5c-a20.img.xz to an SD card will it corrupt the boot from the nand? I'm asking this because i tried this once with another cubiuntu image and then the android could not boot(The progress bar was stuck). Other members have also reported that. Do i need to also install something else apart from the above image? Any extra configuration that needs to be made?

Thank you in advance.

jannewmarch

jackd in the Debian distro is broken and will crash with a bus error. This requires an update in the Debian distro and that hasn't happened. You have to go to the JackAudio site, download a version and compile and install it yourself. Note that you have to leave jackd from the distro installed - if you try to remove it you also have to take out mplayer, vlc, etc, etc. So you also need to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to where you installed your own jackd, or you will get many complaints as your jackd tried to find things in the distro's libraries.

Even then, you hit problems with things like jack-rack as /dev/snd/alsa-seq doesn't exist. Haven't found out what to do about that yet.

patwood

Quote from: jannewmarch on March 15, 2014, 05:44:16 am
jackd in the Debian distro is broken and will crash with a bus error. This requires an update in the Debian distro and that hasn't happened. You have to go to the JackAudio site, download a version and compile and install it yourself. Note that you have to leave jackd from the distro installed - if you try to remove it you also have to take out mplayer, vlc, etc, etc. So you also need to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to where you installed your own jackd, or you will get many complaints as your jackd tried to find things in the distro's libraries.

Even then, you hit problems with things like jack-rack as /dev/snd/alsa-seq doesn't exist. Haven't found out what to do about that yet.


Have you tried the cubiuntu distros? Nor this one, as it's getting out of date, but .888?