KernelCheck 1.2.5

KernelCheck is a software that is designed to easily build the latest kernel for your distribution.
KernelCheck is a software that is designed to easily build the latest kernel for your distribution using the instructions provided in the Master Kernel Thread.

This automated process is a fork of AutoKernel by Robert Wolterman (xtacocorex), Timothy Janssen (mentok), and Kristof Verbeken (PinguinZ). KernelCheck is currently licensed under the GNU Public License version 3.

Requirements:

PyGTK 2.0
Zenity

Basic Installation

1. Uncompress the archive - Console command:
tar -xzf kernelcheck-1.1.4.tar.gz

2. Change to the uncompressed directory - Console command:
cd kernelcheck-1.1.4

3. Run setup.py to install the program - Console command:
sudo python setup.py install

4. Run the program by typing 'kernelcheck' - Console command:
kernelcheck

What's New in This Release:

Major graphical updates (interface)
Code from scratch
Integrated terminal, progress bar and status bar
New authentication method
Improved error trapping
New update method
New kernel patch options
Proprietary driver installation (EnvyNG)
Improved configuration methods

last updated on:
June 21st, 2009, 10:59 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Master Kernel
homepage:
kcheck.sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL v3 
category:
ROOT \ System \ System Administration

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What's New in This Release:
  • Improved prepatch and mmpatch capture code
  • Added option to install package after build
  • Created new build_kernel function in build.py, deprecating the build_kernel.py file
  • Fixed non-interactive display
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