More 1337 for your Slackware-13.37 release

If you are one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.

http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a ‘.config’ file present, then do

`If you are one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.

http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a ‘.config’ file present, then do

`

Assuming there are no errors, then you can proceed along with

``If you are one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.

http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a ‘.config’ file present, then do

`If you are one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.

http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a ‘.config’ file present, then do

`

Assuming there are no errors, then you can proceed along with

``

If you are running the ‘-smp’ kernel, then append ‘-smp’ to the kernel version. To determine if you are, then run

$> uname -r

The assumption with this option, is that this new vmlinuz will be using the kernel modules provided with the package

‘kernel-modules-2.6.37.6*’.

IF you want to differentiate this kernel from the stock installed kernel, open the ‘.config’ file, search for the CONFIG_LOCALVERSION line, and set the value to something brilliant, like

```If you are one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.

http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a ‘.config’ file present, then do

`If you are one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.

http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a ‘.config’ file present, then do

`

Assuming there are no errors, then you can proceed along with

``If you are one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.

http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a ‘.config’ file present, then do

`If you are one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.

http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a ‘.config’ file present, then do

`

Assuming there are no errors, then you can proceed along with

``

If you are running the ‘-smp’ kernel, then append ‘-smp’ to the kernel version. To determine if you are, then run

$> uname -r

The assumption with this option, is that this new vmlinuz will be using the kernel modules provided with the package

‘kernel-modules-2.6.37.6*’.

IF you want to differentiate this kernel from the stock installed kernel, open the ‘.config’ file, search for the CONFIG_LOCALVERSION line, and set the value to something brilliant, like

  
This however, will require to (re)compile all the modules and the bzImage kernel. So then it may be just as easy to do 
  
````<font size="+2"><b>If you are</b></font> one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.
   
[http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz][1]

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a &#8216;.config&#8217; file present, then do
  
`<font size="+2"><b>If you are</b></font> one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.
   
[http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz][1]

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a &#8216;.config&#8217; file present, then do
  
` 
  
Assuming there are no errors, then you can proceed along with
  
``<font size="+2"><b>If you are</b></font> one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.
   
[http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz][1]

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a &#8216;.config&#8217; file present, then do
  
`<font size="+2"><b>If you are</b></font> one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.
   
[http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz][1]

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a &#8216;.config&#8217; file present, then do
  
` 
  
Assuming there are no errors, then you can proceed along with
  
`` 
  
If you are running the &#8216;-smp&#8217; kernel, then append &#8216;-smp&#8217; to the kernel version. To determine if you are, then run
  
`$> uname -r`

The assumption with this option, is that this new vmlinuz will be using the kernel modules provided with the package
  
&#8216;kernel-modules-2.6.37.6*&#8217;. 



<font size="+2"><b>IF you want</b></font> to differentiate this kernel from the stock installed kernel, open the &#8216;.config&#8217; file, search for the CONFIG_LOCALVERSION line, and set the value to something brilliant, like
  
```<font size="+2"><b>If you are</b></font> one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.
   
[http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz][1]

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a &#8216;.config&#8217; file present, then do
  
`<font size="+2"><b>If you are</b></font> one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.
   
[http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz][1]

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a &#8216;.config&#8217; file present, then do
  
` 
  
Assuming there are no errors, then you can proceed along with
  
``<font size="+2"><b>If you are</b></font> one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.
   
[http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz][1]

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a &#8216;.config&#8217; file present, then do
  
`<font size="+2"><b>If you are</b></font> one that is not afraid to recompile your kernel, then here is a little treat for you.
   
[http://slackware.com/~vbatts/things/linux-2.6.37.6-logo_slk.patch.gz][1]

This patch applies to the Linux kernel source stored in /usr/src/linux of your Slackware Linux 13.37 install. If you do not have a &#8216;.config&#8217; file present, then do
  
` 
  
Assuming there are no errors, then you can proceed along with
  
`` 
  
If you are running the &#8216;-smp&#8217; kernel, then append &#8216;-smp&#8217; to the kernel version. To determine if you are, then run
  
`$> uname -r`

The assumption with this option, is that this new vmlinuz will be using the kernel modules provided with the package
  
&#8216;kernel-modules-2.6.37.6*&#8217;. 



<font size="+2"><b>IF you want</b></font> to differentiate this kernel from the stock installed kernel, open the &#8216;.config&#8217; file, search for the CONFIG_LOCALVERSION line, and set the value to something brilliant, like
  

This however, will require to (re)compile all the modules and the bzImage kernel. So then it may be just as easy to do

````

Explanation of events here:

In Either Event, you will need to:

If You Want to fetch the kernel source, rather than use /usr/src/linux, download it here http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/linux-2.6.37.6.tar.bz2

Also, so that you are not suspect of malicious kernel patches. The patch adds ‘drivers/video/logo/logo_slk_clut224.ppm’, enables this logo image to be chosen with the config option of ‘CONFIG_LOGO_SLK_CLUT224’.

Then BEHOLD!

Take care,

vb