Linux Kernel 3.9 on Ubuntu

The Linux kernel 3.9 was released on on Monday, April 29, 2013 by Linus and currently I’m running the new kernel on my Ubuntu 13.04 machine but you can do this on any Ubuntu version. This article will describe how you can compile the mainline kernel from the official git repository in a Ubuntu way.
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Compile Linux kernel 3.2 for Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot)

At the beginning of the year the Linux kernel 3.2 was released and Canonical has made it the official kernel for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin), but what if you want to run the Linux kernel 3.2 on your Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot)? Well you can, by compiling your own version following this step by step guide. We’ll be using the Ubuntu 12.04 LTS version of the Linux Kernel 3.2
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How to compile a kernel for Ubuntu Jaunty – Revised

As of Ubuntu Jaunty’s kernel 2.6.28-15.49 the kernel developers have made changes to the kernel source. The changes have such a big impact on how to compile a kernel for Ubuntu Jaunty that I had to revise my previous article. Lots ot the text in this article will look extremely similar to my previous article, but there are some big changes. If you already got the kernel source using git you will have to read my article on how to update the kernel sources to the latest version at my article Ubuntu Jaunty kernel sources changes.
Lets get started with creating our own custom kernel for Ubuntu Jaunty from scratch.
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