Introducing Fusion Sources

Mitch and I, just started working on Fusion Sources. Like the glorious Zen Sources, ours are Sabayon-flavoured Linux kernel sources on steroids, containing Con Kolivas patchset (BFS included), BFQ io-scheduler, Reiser4, experimental btrfs patches, experimental drm patches, and experimental wireless-next drivers.

The first version of Fusion Sources has been tagged here. Sources and Binaries are now available in our Entropy repositories (currently sabayon-limbo) and Portage overlay (layman -fa sabayon). This early version doesn’t contain wireless-next, experimental btrfs and drm stuff, but we’ll get there on the next round.

If you are interested in joining in helping out with the patchwork, just jump into #sabayon.

Enjoy bleeding edge kernels from Sabayon.


About lxnay

the creator of Sabayon Linux, Entropy Package Manager {Eit, Equo, Rigo}, Molecule release media buildsystem, Matter Portage buildbot/tinderbox and only God knows what else...

7 responses to “Introducing Fusion Sources

  1. eric

    That’s awesome. Always use to have to patch my kernel with BFS, great decision to make this available.

  2. Naku

    On Steroids lol, sounds like you have been browsing on Cronos 😉

  3. Thanks I’ve been running it since I found out about it. It looks like a great kernel on my Laptop I get great battery life too. Thanks for the AWESOME Kernel man

  4. No mention of aufs.. I like squashfs+aufs as /

  5. I

    Delighted to see R4 included!
    …at last I can stop rolling my own kernels ;D
    …and in such a nifty kernel too.

    Wonderful project. Greatly appreciated.

  6. Nico

    It runs very well expect for a couple of issues with my video card which does not exists running standard 3.0 kernel or the real-time variant.

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