How to install 686-PAE kernel on Linux Mint Debian Edition-i486?

on May 27, 2012

Before using Linux Mint Debiab Edition(LMDE) I was using Ubuntu-12.04LTS .
It was my worst experience with ubuntu. It looks like Ubuntu12.04LTS is not matured. I've faced lots of problems like touchpad freezes , after updates system get crashed , lots of bug reporting etc . Anyway I'm not anti-ubuntu .
In frustration I removed Ubuntu12.04 and installed LMDE on my Dell Vostro-1540 (core-i3).
Since the kernel is built with LMDE 201 109 486, then the default kernel is only able to detect a single core . Result was ,I've experienced some sort have 'hang' during my Android application development .
I decided to install the kernel 686, exactly 686-PAE. This kernel is the best solution for running LMDE on 'multi-core' system .
No need to worry about it .
Simple steps are here to install linux-kernel-i686.
 $ sudo apt-get update
 $ sudo apt-get install linux-image-686 linux-headers-686-pae
for i486.
 $ sudo apt-get update
 $ sudo apt-get install linux-image-486 linux-headers-486
for amd64.
 $ sudo apt-get update
 $ sudo apt-get install linux-image-amd64 linux-headers-amd64


SSStylish said...

Great Article

one question:
I have
-Intel Sandy Bridge CPU Celeron G440 1.6GHz s1155 1MB L3 BOX
-Intel® HD Graphics
(Currently i'm trying LMDE and Mint 13 Cinnamon/Mate)
What type of kernel should i use for configuration ?

Ashish Tiwari said...

I think this is single core >

better you can use LMDE-i486( Default ) .

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