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    • anonym's avatar
      Revert "Install the same version of linux-compiler-gcc-* as the kernel we install." · fc4196e9
      anonym authored
      This reverts commit 9d702007.
      
      Now that Tails 2.6 has been released (which required this workaround)
      let's stop doing it in the devel branch.
      fc4196e9
    • anonym's avatar
      Install the same version of linux-compiler-gcc-* as the kernel we install. · 9d702007
      anonym authored
      While preparing Tails 2.6 it was discovered that our last minute bump of
      the 'debian' snapshot (to get Jessie 8.6) cause linux-compiler-gcc-* to
      be updated to a version for another Linux version than what we install,
      resulting in the tagged snapshot being impossible to create since it
      would require two different linux source packages (which is not
      supported).
      9d702007
    • anonym's avatar
      Revert "Install Linux 4.7." · e4c35183
      anonym authored
      This reverts commits:
      
      * ab562fd4
      * c0bc655c
      * 80d0667a
      
      The last minute attempt to include it in Tails 2.6 was a bad (too hasty)
      idea, e.g. USB installations don't boot (pre-init results in
      "FAT-fs (sdb1): IO charset ascii not found"). Also it seems that the
      backport of Linux 4.7 hasn't gone through the proper Debian QA process.
      e4c35183
  27. 19 Sep, 2016 1 commit
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      Install the unsigned (w.r.t. Secure Boot) Linux kernel. · c0bc655c
      anonym authored
      I suppose the signed one will the default (without any suffix), but it
      is not available yet from Jessie backports.
      
      It's worth noting that the linux-image-amd64 package is not satisfied by
      the -unsigned packages yet, so we have to explicitly install the exact
      image version we want.
      c0bc655c