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Offline lanig

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Update the kernel in the usb image
« on: 2018/09/05, 15:09:54 »
Hello,

In june I couldn't install Siduction on a Ryzen + Vega box. I thus installed the Suse rolling distro.

I have just read that now Siduction should run fine on this hardware.
https://forum.siduction.org/index.php?topic=7198.msg59154#msg59154

The iso image for Siduction has not changed. There should be a way for me to update a Siduction system and create a new iso image to install.

Is this process detailed somewhere (a search for "update image" was unsuccessful).

Thanks in advance

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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #1 on: 2018/09/05, 21:42:23 »
open IRC, join #siduction, ask for a current build - wait for some minutes :P
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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #2 on: 2018/09/05, 21:54:17 »
Thanks for your answer.
This seems to good to be true!

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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #3 on: 2018/09/05, 22:12:57 »
Thanks for your answer.
This seems to good to be true!
Thats how we work - and everybody wins. You would get a current image with all the new software (and new bugs), we get a tester for all the new things ... And yes, i just did the same for me: Get a new machine, hit the build button and put the new image on the stick. (Ok, in my case that is our insane development image, but who really cares 8))
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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #4 on: 2018/09/05, 22:23:54 »
How long will the new image available ?
I have a very slow internet connexion at home. I can IRC but not really download.
At work, I can download fairly fast but IRC is not possible.
So I would need to get a download link that stands for about 24 h.

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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #5 on: 2018/09/05, 22:39:29 »
a few month - new images become obsolete when new images are built - so i clean up from time to time
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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #6 on: 2018/09/05, 22:43:37 »
Nice!
I am on IRC right now, but nobody. I apologize if my total noob status in IRC makes me write stupid things.

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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #7 on: 2018/09/05, 23:33:24 »
if you are alone you are in the wrong channel

if connected to irc.oftc.net, a /j #siduction would be enough
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Offline lanig

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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #8 on: 2018/09/06, 07:18:34 »
I was probably connected at the wrong place. I will try again.

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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #9 on: 2018/09/06, 08:24:01 »
Quote from: lanig
but IRC is not possible.


You could use OFTC Web IRC with any browser over port 80.

But if siduction/a rolling release distribution is right for your slow connection ... there are many updates every day.
« Last Edit: 2018/09/06, 08:32:03 by axt »

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Re: Update the kernel in the usb image
« Reply #10 on: 2018/09/06, 14:01:37 »
Thanks for the link.
I already use a rolling realease (Suse). It is ok in spite of my slow connection because I update at night when nobody uses the bandwidth.