- 1 Welcome
- 2 Gentoo History of Kernel Seeds
- 3 From Gentoo to Funtoo
- 4 Online Resume for Robert Raitz II
- 5 What is a Kernel Seed
- 6 How to Get Kernel Seeds
- 7 Kernel Seeds Settings
- 8 Maintaining Kernel Seeds
- 9 Issues and Request
Welcome to Kernel Seeds wiki page, the home of pre-made kernel seeds to help you get your Linux system up and running.
Gentoo History of Kernel Seeds
Kernel Seeds Project was originally launched by Robert Raitz (AKA pappy_mcfae). You can follow the history of this project from its beginning up to December 20th 2013 in consulting following threads on Gentoo forum :
- Gentoo discussion thread 1
- Gentoo discussion thread 2
- Gentoo discussion thread 3
- Gentoo discussion thread 4
- Gentoo discussion thread 5
From Gentoo to Funtoo
On December 20th 2013 Robert Raitz (AKA pappy_mcfae) the creator of
Kernel Seeds announced he was giving project up. At the same time he was looking for someone interested in taking over the charge. On following days, Daniel Robbins, chief leader of Funtoo Project, made arrangement with Robert Raitz and Anthony Pelaez paid for rights of acquiring Kernel Seeds Project from Robert Raitz. On February 19th 2014, Kernel Seeds web site was transfered to Funtoo. Project is now under the charge of Funtoo.
Online Resume for Robert Raitz II
As a tribute to creator of Kernel Seeds, Robert Raitz, here is a link to his online resume.
What is a Kernel Seed
purpose of a kernel seed.
How to Get Kernel Seeds
Links to downloading kernel seed along with instructions on how to wget as .config
X86 (32 bit)
X86_64 (64 bit)
Kernel Seeds Settings
How to configure and to personalize kernel in using a kernel seed.
Maintaining Kernel Seeds
Could be a link to GIT repository and directives on how to create a seed.
Issues and Request
Either you encounter a problem with a
Kernel Seed or simply want to submit a request, please follow this link. Log in into the
bug tracker and create your issue.
Please search for any issues or request first. This to prevent from any duplication.