Friday, 10 April 2020

Covid-19 Delays

As you've probably gathered, I've been preoccupied with Covid-19 issues delaying any attempt to stay in sync with the latest kernel. I didn't even know there was a new one till recently.

Here's what I've been busy with:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-04-06/doctors-designing-medical-equipment-to-face-coronavirus-covid-19/12120588

I'll be back when things stop being so crazy.

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Please take care,
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16 comments:

  1. Thanks all front line health works all over the world.
    Take care and stay safe.

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  2. It's so good to have such people.

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  3. Thanks for all the good work.

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  4. You, or other people in your Covid-19 support team, most likely have already see this, but this isn't a time to assume much of anything so I'm posting these here nonetheless:

    https://simulation.health.ufl.edu/technology-development/open-source-ventilator-project/
    https://github.com/CSSALTlab/Open_Source_Ventilator.git

    Regards and take good care!

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  5. Fighting Covid-19 > Kernel hacking.

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  6. no worries, everybody moved to pf-kernel anyway

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    1. you obviosly don't understand how things work around tge globe

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    2. I hope no, and I also hope everyone moved to vanilla kernel from pf-kernel.

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    3. Not me.
      But BMQ is a nice alternative.

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    4. I like my system not frozen, so no pk-kernel here.

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  7. Just reminder, 5.5 has reached to EOL (5.5.19).

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    1. Better the kernel reaching EOL than me.

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    2. If newest kernel with ck patch is really important to you, you can try unofficial backport by TK-Glitch ( https://github.com/Frogging-Family/linux-tkg/tree/master/linux56-tkg/linux56-tkg-patches )

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      Con, much respect for your online and offline activity!

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    3. ^^
      Thanks a lot.

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