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Re: [gNewSense-users] More sections completed

From: Christophe Jarry
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] More sections completed
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2008 00:50:28 +0800
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Thanks for your reply Marco,

 I've just updated the to have a clear step-by-step procedure for the KFV checkers. If you find errors, don't hesitate to edit the page. I also updated the page to make it clear we now must use the 2.6.24-12.22 version of the linux kernel until the KFV is completed, only after completion could we check the latest version. Moreover, I want to point out that the LINUX_FOLDER_NAME variable of the script should be "linux-2.6.24_12.22" for every checker for consistency in the urls names and for future KFV work (after this version of the kernel is completed), so checkers should have to do a:

ln -s ubuntu-hardy linux-2.6.24_12.22

 and then run the script in the "linux-2.6.24_12.22" subfolder they're working in. I also found some KFV urls without the "-12-22" part, those I've found have been moved to the same url with "-12-22" added. Don't forget the url formatting should be as in "".

 I wish I have time this weekend to check what psychoslave has translated in french from the www site, we should then have a french version of the gNS website, along with english, spanish and italian versions.

Il giorno gio, 27/03/2008 alle 21.15 +0800, Christophe Jarry ha scritto:
Hi Chris,

 The problem is that I need to know Marco's opinion on which 
kernel-version to check : if it's the 2.6.24-8.13, then we've almost 
done 5.4% of the KFV, if it's the 2.6.24-12.22 (last version), then 
we've got to recheck all from the start (0%). So I've sent a mail to 
Marco to know what we have to do as KFV is paused until his opinion is 

Like others, i think use the last kernel's version is better.

Now, i'm re-checking my sections using the kernel 2.6.24-12.22



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