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ii  linux-headers-siduction-amd64                               4.10-24                              amd64        Linux headers for aptosid on 64-bit PCs
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Description: Linux headers for aptosid on 64-bit PCs
 This metapackage depends on the latest binary image for Linux kernel on
 PCs with AMD64 or Intel 64 processors machines for aptosid.
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Hardware Support (EN) / Re: touchscreen
« Last post by vilde on Yesterday at 20:44:04 »
I would like to tell that I have tried another kernel, the liqourix kernel works very good and with that I got the last thing that didn't work before to work, the hdmi sound out. The kernel is now "4.11.0-3.1-liquorix-amd64 x86_64 (64 bit gcc: 6.3.0 )"

I also tried with latest siduction kernel but that was not better for this than before.
Ok, I didn't know that intel_pstate disabled the other cpu governors. Hooray disabling it worked, thank you!
Do you ever read, what's written?
Siduction is using intel-pstate by default, and with that there are only 2 governors.
So add intel_pstate=disable to your kernel command line and be happy with acpi-cpufreq, which gives you 4 governors.
I am using siduction. Well cpufreq-info says I only have a powersave and performance governor.
You don't need to recompile anything for more governors, you only need intel_pstate=disable as kernel commandline.
Then you use acpi-cpufreq instead of the default intel-pstate.

And btw, after your discussion on #debian-next, why you ask here, if you don't use siduction or vice versa #debian-next is not a support-channel for siduction.
Ok then what is the right way to compile the 4.10.15 kernel (which is the one I have installed through the repo).
That's the asolute wrong way for build and installing kernels in debian!
Your system does not know any header of that running kernel!
If you think, you need to selfbuild kernels, your should care about how to do that propper!
Kernel upstream has deb-pkg as make target, which you shouöd use, because then you get debian packages for kernel, headers and firmware (and linux-libc-dev which you should ignore) , which can be clean installed with the package manager.
Both were downloaded from then I ran as root
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zcat /proc/config.gz >> .config in the directory I downloaded the kernel. Then
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make silentoldconfig then
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make modules_prepare
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make -j5
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make modules_install
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make install
You allways speak about selfcompiled custom kernel?
If yes, how compiled, how installed?
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