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05 Jan 2021 01:04 #194106 by my1987toyota
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sorry rodw I just tried it apparently It is unavailible.

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05 Jan 2021 01:04 #194107 by tommylight
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Just curious. How did you install 19.3? did you use Tommy's shortcut. I did this once before but failed last night.

Where did you stumble ?

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05 Jan 2021 01:10 #194109 by rodw
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sorry rodw I just tried it apparently It is unavailible.

Yeh I knew that.

Just curious. How did you install 19.3? did you use Tommy's shortcut. I did this once before but failed last night.

Where did you stumble ?


Tommy, I think it was becasue I went with Mint 20 and it got tangled up with the python thing. I downloaded 19.1 last night so will try that. It will let me compile the kernel like we used to if I follow Big John's recipe.

The problem with Debian is that I could not install the OS until I had a network connection and I could not do that until I installed the Odroid H2+ Network driver.... Mint just breezed through that.

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05 Jan 2021 01:43 #194110 by tommylight
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Mint19 requires installing linux-heades-same-number-as-image-RT
Mint 20 requires headers and a lot of other stuff to be able to compile anything, nearly 20 packages. They are considered outdated so they are not included.
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05 Jan 2021 02:05 #194111 by my1987toyota
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You have a very short list of things to do, want some of mine ? :)


LOL. that's just one of my many list's for this years ( to do list )
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05 Jan 2021 02:18 #194113 by rodw
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Mint19 requires installing linux-heades-same-number-as-image-RT
Mint 20 requires headers and a lot of other stuff to be able to compile anything, nearly 20 packages. They are considered outdated so they are not included.


So does Mint use the Debian Repositories?
This looks interesting
aptitude install linux-image-rt-amd64
aptitude install linux-image-rt-amd64

Just not at a linux machine at the moment.

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05 Jan 2021 11:48 #194137 by tommylight
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Mint is based on Ubuntu, and Ubuntu is based on Debian, so most debian stuff works on both of them without issues, but i did bump into some that cause issues, namely the newest 5.0.9 RT kernel will have issues with WiFi and is polite to tell it will not work and stop the installation.
The best solution is to use the non-free version of Debian for dev as everything stays the same as the official release regarding tutorials and howto's.

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05 Jan 2021 18:45 #194160 by Flyer007
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Care to share that 19.3 iso? ;)

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06 Jan 2021 05:14 #194190 by rodw
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Mint is based on Ubuntu, and Ubuntu is based on Debian, so most debian stuff works on both of them without issues, but i did bump into some that cause issues, namely the newest 5.0.9 RT kernel will have issues with WiFi and is polite to tell it will not work and stop the installation.
The best solution is to use the non-free version of Debian for dev as everything stays the same as the official release regarding tutorials and howto's.


I could not see Debian was an option because I need to compile and install a network driver and Debian would not let you continue an install without a network connection. I installed Mint 19.3 and compiled the Linux PREEMPT_RT kernel last night by following BigJohnT's method gnipsel.com/linuxcnc/uspace/linuxmint19-rt.html
I modified it to account for the different kernel between MInt 19.1 and 19.3
It refused to boot becasue of a missing EFI_MEMMAP. I am hoping I found the solution to this error otherwise I am going to lean Mr BeagleBrainz for help.... he seems to know a bit about UEFI.

I will say compiling the kernel is pretty easy. I've done it quite a few times. You just need to run the make command overnight as it can take a long time. Also adding the -j8 command speeds things up considerably by compiling up to 8 files at a time..
make -j8
Big John does not mention this

I'd like to solve this so I have control over the whole process.
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09 Jan 2021 04:03 #194562 by my1987toyota
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So these are the parts I have acquired so far.
I ran into a small problem with the new spindle drive motor but nothing I can't handle.

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