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Install: Snakeoil 1.x.x - 4.19.37-rt19 Series


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(12-Mar-2021, 09:07 AM) Snoopy8 Wrote:
(11-Mar-2021, 10:28 PM) skel Wrote: Do these kernels work with nvme m2 SSD's?


With the right kernel, yes.

​​​​But a better way is to install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (or other Linux variants) and use 1.2 Alpha4, which is stable.
https://www.snakeoil-os.net/forums/Threa...pha-Series


I suspect, or should it be limited to Debian distro?  [Image: confused.gif]
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(12-Mar-2021, 09:32 AM) hkphantomgtr Wrote:
(12-Mar-2021, 09:07 AM) Snoopy8 Wrote:
(11-Mar-2021, 10:28 PM) skel Wrote: Do these kernels work with nvme m2 SSD's?


With the right kernel, yes.

​​​​But a better way is to install Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (or other Linux variants) and use 1.2 Alpha4, which is stable.
https://www.snakeoil-os.net/forums/Threa...pha-Series


I suspect, or should it be limited to Debian distro?  [Image: confused.gif]


My understanding is that as long as it has a Linux Kernel 3.3 or higher and a modern mother board, it should be OK.
https://linuxhint.com/nvme_ssd_linux_guide/
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