StarOpenSource's server-oriented linux kernel
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README.md

StarOpenSource's server-kernel project

This repositories includes everything you need to build StarOpenSource's server-oriented linux kernel, based on Clear Linux's kernel patches and various other tweaks introduced by us and upstream (JeremyStarTM).

Warning

As with every other software, make sure to update your kernel regularily. Missing updates and security patches make your system vulnerable. So run git pull and then buildtool.sh regularily, thank you ^^

Building

To build this kernel, run this command in your terminal:

curl -sSL "https://git.staropensource.de/StarOpenSource/server-kernel/raw/branch/develop/buildtool.sh">/tmp/buildtool.sh;chmod +x /tmp/buildtool.sh;/tmp/buildtool.sh

Building from local repository

If you've already built this kernel or want to build it again without starting from scratch execute this:

env BUILDTOOL_LOCALDIR=SET ./buildtool.sh

Cleaning repository

To remove everything makepkg produced, simply run:

./cleantool.sh