Last stable kernel version for Fog 0.32?



  • Hello, whats the last stable kernel for Fog 0.32? Can I use latest 4.1 version?


  • Senior Developer

    I’m solving this thread namely because the question that was asked, originally, is already displayed. The next series is specific to customizations and the changes required for our new stuff vs. the 0.32 inits.



  • @Tom-Elliott
    well, Im not some kind of scripting kung-fu specialist on Fog, so basicaly I mostly did translations, few parts as “enter static IP” was removed plus I added some loops…nothing really hardcore. But base on your answer it looks like I will burn lot of time to make those changes again in new version of kernel. Huf … Nooot happy with that at all :)

    Ok then, one small sugesstion on this topic…whats about having hard links in fog.* scripts for text areas which will lead to something like /bin/fog.txt.eng and in future /bin/fog.txt.de-fr-ca.whatewer? With that, fog users can make translations for their own language and you can include it in new kernels pack and also users will get ability to simply modifi their language file for their own taste and simply transfer them to new kernel. Whats abou that?


  • Senior Developer

    @g9502437 said:

    Thx for quick reply. One more question…I did lot of changes in init.gz (/bin/fog.* ). Are there changes in /bin/fog.whatewer in new versions of kernel or can I simply copy my modified version to the new init.gz?

    What did you change? What kinds of things did you add/remove/adjust/edit?

    There’s a huge difference between 0.32 and the 1.x.x files. Even the 1.x versions have many variant between them.

    If you can provide the files and whatever those changes are/were, it would be helpful as while they may not be as simple as just dropping in, they can be converted for the current stuff I’m sure.



  • Thx for quick reply. One more question…I did lot of changes in init.gz (/bin/fog.* ). Are there changes in /bin/fog.whatewer in new versions of kernel or can I simply copy my modified version to the new init.gz?


  • Senior Developer

    All of the kernels should be fine to use. The only information you should know about, however, is 0.32 was purely 32 bit. So you must use any of the x86 kernels not the x86_64 kernels.


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