[ARMedslack] Raspberry Pi Linux kernel versions for Slackware ARM 14.0

stanley garvey stanley at stanleygarvey.com
Wed Apr 10 22:20:05 UTC 2013

On Apr 10, 2013 14:38 "Stuart Winter" <mozes at slackware.com> wrote:

> Hi
> When I bumped the minimum kernel version required by glibc to Linux
> 3.4.0,
> I'd checked the Raspberry Pi stuff and believed that the Raspberry
> Pi's
> had a mimimum of Linux Kernel v3.6 available.
> From what I can see now, it looks like some of the RPi images are
> using
> Linux 3.1. Is there anyone who's distributing anything that's older
> than
> this version? It looks like I'll need to respin glibc to change the
> mimimum kernel to be 3.1.0 so that RPi users can upgrade to Slackware
> 14.0 to 14.1.
> Hello,
> David spencers installer uses the 3.1.9 kernel, Sorinm's image is also
> using 3.1.9, I am using 3.2.27, I don't know of any kernels older that
> these. Some people use the Rpi-update script and so will be using v3.6
> even if they started using v3.1. My 3.2.27 kernels are now built using
> your build scripts and no longer use the default name 'kernel.bin' and
> would be unaffected by Rpi-update.
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