64-bit Kernel

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  • #44167

    imported_fulvio
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    Hi,

    a 64-bit kernel is available for Zeroshell 3.0.0, 3.1.0, 3.2.0 and 3.2.1.

    The 64-bit Kernel provides the best network performance on modern 64-bit architectures.

    Many processes such as

    – Firewall
    – Routing
    – Bridging
    – Traffic Shaping
    – L7 Filters
    – NAT

    will take advantage from using a 64-bit kernel. This Kernel is also able to use more than 4GB of RAM as the PAE Kernel.

    Regards
    Fulvio

    #53657

    computing4u
    Member

    Where can i get hold of this release and will it run on a shuttle DS47. I am having trouble with both nic’s link detected but no data flow?

    #53658

    t3mporal
    Member

    When I try to install this kernel I get the following:

    Checking for previous installed version of 49000:Add-On …
    No previous version installed

    Checking for incompatible packages for 49000:Add-On …

    >> ERROR: the package 48d00 is not compatible with the package 49000

    48d00 is not currently installed, but I think it was a kernel package that was superseded by a release. Occasionally I get this error when trying to install kernel packages, but not all.

    I can install 48b00 without any issues but I cannot install 48e00.

    On release 3.2.1


    edit

    Never mind, I found the “killer” script in /DB/_DB.002/var/register/system/AutoUpdate/pkgs/48d00/pkg/

    49000 now installed fine

    #53659

    Nik
    Member

    Hi t3mporal,

    would you mind sharing what exactly you did to get the 49000 working?

    Regards,
    Nik

    #53660

    Nik
    Member

    Hi all,

    just talked with Fulvio about the above issue. He removed the incompatibility tag from the 3.2.1 repository.

    All I needed to do after that was to click the check button and then install the 64bit kernel (49000).

    Worked fine.

    Great work Fulvio!

    Regards,
    Nik

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