Presented by:

Joey Lee is a Linux engineer from SUSE Labs. His working areas are ACPI driver, Hibernate, UEFI.

No video of the event yet, sorry!

There are two openSUSE kernel repositories, and the development happens in the kernel-source repository. The openSUSE kernel-source repo has a different directory structure than the Linux mainline kernel.

In this session, I want to introduce: - openSUSE kernel git and kernel-source git. Introduce two openSUSE kernel repositories. Where are they and the difference.

  • How to use kernel-source git. The folders in kernek-source, config files... For openSUSE kernel patch development, how to use scripts in kernel-source. Introduce config files for openSUSE kernel.

  • How to contribute patch to openSUSE kernel. Produce a kernel patch that it includes openSUSE tags, then send your patch to openSUSE kernel mail address for contribution.

  • Build kernel RPM on OBS (optional items, depend on time) Simply introduce how to build kernel RPM on OBS

2016 October 2 - 11:15
30 min
Convention Hall

Happening at the same time:

  1. Building Temperature Monitoring System using openSUSE on Raspberry Pi
  2. Start Time:
    2016 October 2 11:15

    FST 103

  3. Manage Virtual Machines with WebVirtMgr on openSUSE
  4. Start Time:
    2016 October 2 11:15

    FST 102

  5. Building Game on Raspberry Pi with OpenSUSE
  6. Start Time:
    2016 October 2 11:15

    FST 101