Black Lab Softare Has Created Linux Kernel 4.3.3 Enablement Kit

Roberto J. Dohnert from Black Lab Software has announced the immediate availability of Linux Kernel 4.3.3 Enablement Kit, which permits regular users to easily install Kernel 4.3.3 on Black Lab Linux and other Ubuntu-based systems, like Linux Mint, Elementary OS, Deepin or Ubuntu itself.

To easily install Kernel 4.3.3 on your Ubuntu system, do:

$ wget http://distro.ibiblio.org/blacklab/Kernel/Update-Kit/kernel-enablement-kit-4.3.3.zip
$ unzip kernel-enablement-kit-4.3.3.zip
$ sudo chmod +x kernel-enablement-kit-4.3.3
$ sudo ./kernel-enablement-kit-4.3.3

Such Kernel installers are very useful, because compiling a kernel from sources is very difficult and takes a lot of time.

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One comment on “Black Lab Softare Has Created Linux Kernel 4.3.3 Enablement Kit
  1. Gimme a break says:

    Seriously? … This is a major accomplishment?
    These utilities are much more useful and aren’t kernel specific.

    https://github.com/mtompkins/linux-kernel-utilities

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