Just go to github (follow this link) then click on the kernel.img component and then click on RAW to download (save to your SD card to overwrite the current version). I don't know if you also need start.elf as well as kernel.img, both have been updated in the last 3 days - if kernel.img doesn't show any improvement maybe download start.elf as well.bredman wrote:I have a Kingston that is driving me nuts, so I'd love to try the new kernel. But...
Are there instructions on how to change to the new kernel?
Is there a download available for somebody who does not have a git client installed?
Should do, yes. Haven't had my Pi long enough to do any rigorous testing but when I asked Hexxeh the exact same thing, he said he's tested it at least on Debian and Arch.smuggly wrote:Does the kernel img and start elf work with any of the os img available? Thanks
http://elinux.org/R-Pi_Troubleshooting#Display and http://elinux.org/RPi_config.txt#Video_ ... figurationsemtex wrote:The bad news however is that with the kernal.img and start.elf files from 30 May, EVERYTHING is running by default at a much lower resolution than 1920x1080 (more like 800x600) plus when I start GDE my mouse and keyboard do not work.
If someone could tell me if I can fix this myself that would be great.
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