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Gestern war ich erfreut, aus den Debian-Repos endlich einen 5.4er Kernel installieren zu können. Dieser bootet auch und anfangs dachte ich alles würde laufen - bis ich versucht habe einen Brave-Browser zu starten (Chromium verhält sich genauso). Auf der Konsole gestartet zeigte sich diese Meldung:
--- Code: ---No usable sandbox! You probably need to enable user namespaces in your kernel. See for more information.
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Da der Übergang vom 5.3er auf den 5.4er bei Arch völlig problemlos verlief denke ich dass es sich um ein Problem des Debian-Baus handelt... Wann gibt es denn den ersten "offiziellen 5.4er towo Kernel"?



have a look at this :

there are plenty of 5.4.towo kernels available depending on your repo set up


perhaps try from the experimental repo

Hmmmmm... I do not get offered one single towo-kernel 5.4.x but tons of 5.3.x... Must I set anything to "experimental" or was anything changed in repository structure since 5.3.x kernels?

Here my repos:
deb unstable main
deb-src unstable main
deb unstable main contrib non-free
deb-src unstable main contrib non-free

deb unstable main contrib non-free
deb-src unstable main contrib non-free


change your first two listed to:

 deb unstable main
 deb-src unstable main

they should be up to date and give you choice after an apt update

did you translate the link I gave you?
it is worth a read if you did not.

hope that works

Many thanks for your help - that fixed the problem.

I never, never, never would have got the idea of changing the mirrors, because all other updates were 100% present.

After changing to I got much more kernels - but neither upgrade nor full-upgrade have got any new package that was not already present at the "spline" - mirrors.

This is very, very strange...

Best regards


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