Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Gentoo - enabling and troubleshooting

Make the final changes to enable pv-grub for your Gentoo Linux VPS, then check the results.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Gentoo - preparing the slice

The pv-grub kernel option allows your Gentoo slice to boot from your own kernel instead of one of ours. Before you can try it out you need to prepare the slice with some config changes.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels overview

The pv-grub kernel option allows your slice to boot from your own kernel instead of one of ours.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Fedora - enabling and troubleshooting

Make the final changes to enable pv-grub for your Fedora Linux VPS, then check the results.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Debian - enabling and troubleshooting

Make the final changes to enable pv-grub for your Debian Linux VPS, then check the results.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on CentOS - enabling and troubleshooting

Make the final changes to enable pv-grub for your CentOS Linux VPS, then check the results.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Ubuntu - enabling and troubleshooting

Make the final changes to enable pv-grub for your Ubuntu Linux VPS, then check the results.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on RHEL - enabling and troubleshooting

Make the final changes to enable pv-grub for your RHEL VPS, then check the results.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Fedora - preparing the slice

The pv-grub kernel option allows your Fedora slice to boot from your own kernel instead of one of ours. Before you can try it out you need to prepare the slice with some config changes.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Debian - preparing the slice

The pv-grub kernel option allows your Debian slice to boot from your own kernel instead of one of ours. Before you can try it out you need to prepare the slice with some config changes.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on CentOS - preparing the slice

The pv-grub kernel option allows your CentOS slice to boot from your own kernel instead of one of ours. Before you can try it out you need to prepare the slice with some config changes.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Arch - enabling and troubleshooting

Make the final changes to enable pv-grub for your Arch Linux VPS, then check the results.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Ubuntu - preparing the slice

The pv-grub kernel option allows your Ubuntu slice to boot from your own kernel instead of one of ours. Before you can try it out you need to prepare the slice with some config changes.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on RHEL - preparing the slice

The pv-grub kernel option allows your RHEL slice to boot from your own kernel instead of one of ours. Before you can try it out you need to prepare the slice with some config changes.


Using pv-grub to run custom kernels on Arch - preparing the slice

The pv-grub kernel option allows your Arch Linux slice to boot from your own kernel instead of one of ours. Before you can try it out you need to prepare the slice with some config changes.


Downloading and using kernel source code (2.6.32.12 and newer) overview

If you know you need to get your kernel source (or at least its headers) for a kernel version 2.6.32.12 and newer, you can find instructions to do so here.


Downloading and using kernel source code (2.6.32.12 and newer) on Arch

If you know you need to get your kernel source (or at least its headers) for a kernel version 2.6.32.12 and newer, you can find instructions to do so on Arch Linux here.


Downloading and using kernel source code (2.6.32.12 and newer) on Gentoo

If you know you need to get your kernel source (or at least its headers) for a kernel version 2.6.32.12 and newer, you can find instructions to do so on Gentoo here.


Downloading and using kernel source code (2.6.32.12 and newer) on Fedora

If you know you need to get your kernel source (or at least its headers) for a kernel version 2.6.32.12 and newer, you can find instructions to do so on Fedora here.


Downloading and using kernel source code (2.6.32.12 and newer) on Debian

If you know you need to get your kernel source (or at least its headers) for a kernel version 2.6.32.12 and newer, you can find instructions to do so on Debian here.


Downloading and using kernel source code (2.6.32.12 and newer) on CentOS

If you know you need to get your kernel source (or at least its headers) for a kernel version 2.6.32.12 and newer, you can find instructions to do so on CentOS here.


Downloading and using kernel source code (2.6.32.12 and newer) on Ubuntu

If you know you need to get your kernel source (or at least its headers) for a kernel version 2.6.32.12 and newer, you can find instructions to do so on your Ubuntu server here.