Saturday, July 23, 2011

It's Alive!

The KernelCheck project is still active. I am currently working on a version to support the 3.0 mainline kernel.

15 comments:

Yaron said...

WooHoo!!!!
Been waiting for so long!
I'm really excited to hear that, keep up the good work! ☺

Sebastián Colombotto said...

great because I need to upgrade to 3.0 through kernelcheck but it doesn't detect the stable 3.0 yet.

Márcio Novello said...

help people
i need to upgrade kernel 3.0 unfortunately
doesn't detect the stable 3.0 yet.
Thank you for your attention
marcio
brazil

No_Asylum said...

Thats great to hear. Looking forward to it :-)

SandroSFC said...

great news! thanks!

Boobaloo said...

Super news!

clawhead said...

Yes, I'll be glad to see 3.0 support. Thanks for your excellent work on KernelCheck.

Gilbert said...

Awesome news. Wish I could help but I'll be sending your way some good karma :)

A big thanks!

★☆ J. J. ©Øß ☆★ said...

and....
the wiki?
progress?
i'm curious!

Passer said...

The Curent Version (patched) doesnt work. It halts when reaching 10%.

Passer said...

"Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/share/kernelcheck/scripts/main.py", line 499, in get_data
patch_url, patch, stable, stable_url, OldKernelList, OldKernelLinks, prepatch, prepatch_url = self.kernelinfo()
File "/usr/local/share/kernelcheck/scripts/main.py", line 134, in kernelinfo
print "Patch:" + patch
TypeError: cannot concatenate 'str' and 'NoneType' objects
"

tr33m4n said...

can't wait for this to be ready, any idea of an approximate release date?

Cheers

KCAHDEP said...

всех наебал)

Malins Blogg said...

how is the progress? I tried to change the address in the kernelparser.py-file, but then I got out of index-error, så it wasen't that simple :)

Unknown said...

It doesn't seem like it's alive. I remember when this program was popular. Why not move it to github or something and get some exposure to refresh the project?

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