2.6.22-rc4-ck1 - Re: -ck patch | Feedback
From: Miguel Figueiredo
Date: Sun Jun 10 2007 - 18:11:19 EST
> SÃb, 2007-06-09 Ãs 10:30 +0100, Miguel Figueiredo escreveu:
>> Celso wrote:
>>> Hello, I'm using -ck since... along time ago (I start using it with the
>>> kernel 2.6.16) . I started using it with Ubuntu and the response of the
>>> system was better. Since that I always compile my kernels with -ck.
>>> Actually I use 2.6.20-ck1 and I have no problems, even with things that
>>> needs kernel-sources like gspca for my webcam.
>>> Thanks a lot for the patches.
>>> PS: when will this go into the official kernel?
>> Hi there,
>> have you tryied a newer kernel with -ck2  ?
>> I am also using a -ck patch, 2.6.21-ck2, mostly on 2 machines where i
>> use as desktop and also play games. With -ck2 the experience seems less
>> slugish and more smooth while playing 'second life' and have a bunch of
>> other programs open (mail, a zillion web pages, irc client, feed reader,
>> consoles, ...).
>> The desktop seems more confortable to use than with the vanilla kernel.
>> I also tryed cfs, it's also much better than the vanilla kernel but i
>> still prefer -ck2 for playing second life as it feels more responsive.
>> If you try the -ck2 or SD 1.0 please report your experience. It's nice
>> to hear that people are testing/using these improvements on desktop usage.
>> 1 - ck2 patch to add to vanilla 2.6.21,
>> PS: I remember i read somewhere that the SD patch (included in -ck) has
>> became stable (version 1.0) with a few small improvements!
> Well, I upgrade to 2.6.21-ck2 and install it on my two pcs (I had before
> 2.6.20-ck1 on both) and the installation work, like always, fine. No
> problems. On the pc I use most (the better one :) ) I didn't feel much
> difference from 2.6.20-ck1 to 2.6.21-ck2 (for regular Desktop use), but
> in the older pc, where my brother works, he says that was even more
> * direct translation sorry if it doesn't sound well
I don't know if there is an official announcement of patch releases but
today i spotted and started to use the new 2.6.22-rc4-ck1.
The list of patches included on 2.6.22-rc4-ck1 it's on
Com os melhores cumprimentos/Best regards,
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