ReemZ wrote:wolfden wrote:This isn't for support, if you have problems or questions, please open a new topic. For kernels:
http://wiki.sabayon.org/index.php?title ... nformation
Sabayon is a rolling system with entropy, so if you keep it updated, you are pretty much 5.3, won't be 100% identical. Kernels are something you have to install via package manager, we don't automatically push them upon the people as the people don't understand kernel upgrades. People don't understand once you upgrade kernel that you have to also upgrade all your modules and drivers. Please use a new topic if you have questions or problems.
I wasn't asking for support, I was merely stating that I did get that new kernel without asking for it.
The mediabutton remark was merely a sidenote, to show that it messed up things.wolfden wrote:as stated, kernel pulls are not automatic, see above
Guess what we need here is a definition of "automatic"...
Anyways, I burned 5.3, gonna try a fresh install and hope it brings it all back to life.
wolfden wrote:Automatic, as in a equo update && equo upgrade should not pull a new kernel.
sjieke wrote:Maybe there is something wrong as 2 days ago an 'equo upgrade' also installed the new kernel (.34) on my system.
ReemZ wrote:sjieke wrote:Maybe there is something wrong as 2 days ago an 'equo upgrade' also installed the new kernel (.34) on my system.
Hope it didn't give you any probs mate, but selfishly speaking it's good to know it's not just me!
clowenstein wrote:I believe that there is a fatal flaw in the Sabayon 5.3 BitTorrent control files. They all seem to have a fixed storage path built in, namely "/sabayon/iso/". This means that the ISO files can not be downloaded unless the user can create files in the root file system.
Previous releases (5.2 and earlier) did not have any storage path in the .torrent files, so that downloads could be done in any directory accessible to the user.
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