Package kernel-image-rpi-def

Source package: kernel-image-rpi-def
Version: 5.15.48-alt1
Build time:  Jun 24, 2022, 03:39 PM
 in the task #302529
Category: System/Kernel and hardware
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License:  GPL
Summary:  The Linux kernel (the core of the Linux operating system)
This package contains the Linux kernel that is used to boot and run
your system.

Most hardware drivers for this kernel are built as modules.  Some of
these drivers are built separately from the kernel; they are available
in separate packages (kernel-modules-*-rpi-def).

There are some kernel variants in ALT systems:
* std-def: standard longterm kernel without preemption;
* std-pae: variant of std-def kernel for i686 with 64G memory support;
* std-debug: variant of std-def kernel kernel with some DEBUG options enabled;
* un-def: more modern then std-def and with voluntary (on ppc64le) and
  forced (on x86) preemption enabled.
List of rpms provided by this srpm: 
kernel-headers-modules-rpi-def (aarch64)
kernel-headers-rpi-def (aarch64)
kernel-image-rpi-def (aarch64)
kernel-image-rpi-def-debuginfo (aarch64)
Last changes:
June 23, 2022 Alexey Sheplyakov 1:5.15.48-alt1
- Updated to 5.15.48
- rpi-5.15.y commit b0a1e3b995b7d3161a7414dc5fc6d59ae44d910c
- Baikal-M: added PCI-E driver for boards with new firmware (SDK-M 5.5)
- Build with GCC 10 to avoid spurious build failures (staging WiFi drivers and others)
May 5, 2022 Alexey Sheplyakov 1:5.15.36-alt1
- Updated to 5.15.36
- rpi-5.15.y commit 9bc1ec59bd8db07e41067717aeea2749314ec801
- Restored legacy_cursor_update for Xorg (closes: #42604)
  Note: "legacy_cursor_update hack" has been removed by rpi-5.15.y commit 575197eedf2aae854cb1ce14882e0b910a382737
April 20, 2022 Alexey Sheplyakov 1:5.15.33-alt1
- Updated to 5.15.33
- rpi-5.15.y commit 784f0a39c945c79fcb52dbb01db08b3bcc8ff7a5
- Baikal-M support from git.alt/people/asheplyakov/linux.git commit d047c3a6e1562e46fc0aaa753c39860784099b36
- Baikal-M: HD audio support
- Baikal-M: new supported boards: et101 (Elpitech), AQBM1000 (Aquarius)
- Keep spec and .gear in a dedicated branch (separate from code)
- Don't build docs to avoid spurious sphynx failures

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