Latest Kernel 2.6.35 officially available for Ubuntu 10.04

This kernel is now available in the git repository of Ubuntu 10.04 and you are able to compile your own 2.6.35 kernel for Ubuntu 10.04.
Features summary

Linux 2.6.35 includes support for transparent spreading of incoming network load across CPUs, Direct-IO support for Btrfs, an new experimental journal mode for XFS, the KDB debugger UI based on top of KGDB, improvements to ‘perf’, H.264 and VC1 video acceleration in Intel G45+ chips, support for the future Intel Cougarpoint graphic chip, power management for AMD Radeon chips, a memory defragmentation mechanism, support for the Tunneling Protocol version 3 (RFC 3931), support for multiple multicast route tables, support for the CAIF protocol used by ST-Ericsson products, support for the ACPI Platform Error Interface, and many new drivers and small improvements.

Check full details from here

If you want to install Kernel 2.6.35 use the following procedure

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get dist-upgrade

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15 thoughts on “Latest Kernel 2.6.35 officially available for Ubuntu 10.04

  1. Is there maybe something mixed up in this article?

    – First:
    “This kernel is now available in the git repository of Ubuntu 10.04 and you are able to compile your own 2.6.35 kernel for Ubuntu 10.04.”
    – and than:
    “sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade”?

    I mean… where is the connection? Either I compile it by myself and install it or I download the binary from the repo… as the later is not an option at the moment (as there is no 2.6.35 binary) there must be something mixed up or I completely wrong :-)

    Greets. Grimsrud

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  2. Are you sure about that you’ve wrote?
    I think you might be talking about Ubuntu 10.10 or some PPA/other repository for this kernel.
    I don’t see linux-image-2.6.35-* in any official repository for Ubuntu 10.04.

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  3. if you add the ppa for xorg-edgers with an interest in just trying out the new 2.6.35 kernel, how many of the other packages in the huge list are actually needed?

    Can you get by with just the kernel and the headers or do you need more?

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  4. Complementing the previous comment. I did not add the ppa. There are six packages listed. In my case I use the i386 and the two …. all.deb. Only four of the six packages. Nor do I believe it is included in the normal repositories, not for this version.

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  5. I installed the 2.6.35 kernel and headers from the xorg-edgers ppa.

    Wireless worked fine. I had been hoping that the brightness control might work better (I experienced a regression in its functioning after moving to lucid). Sadly, it was the same.

    Bluetooth broke for me.

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  6. Sadly, dist-upgrade borked my 10.04. I don’t have vmlinuz anymore. All kernels are gone except memtest

    anyone know how I can resurrect my machine? :(

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