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Re: [LINUX] Kernel 5.8 and later, experimental support

Post by bassopt » 1 person likes this post

Looks like it’s broken again using kernel 5.15.

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Re: [LINUX] Kernel 5.8 and later, experimental support

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Seconded. It's 100% broken in 5.15.
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Re: [LINUX] Kernel 5.8 and later, experimental support

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What's the error/output when trying to use this?
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Re: [LINUX] Kernel 5.8 and later, experimental support

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Effective today, the current versions is 5.0.2 (supports kernels up to 5.16).

Should you encounter any issues with kernels higher than 5.16, please report here or on our github.

Thanks!

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Re: [LINUX] Kernel 5.16 and later, veeamsnap support

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The current Repository package for Debian/Ubuntu (veeam-release-deb_1.0.8_amd64.deb) **does not** create the repository file in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ therefore installation fails with: "E: Unable to locate package veeam".

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My previous post on Dec 30, 2021 5:41 pm can be ignored/deleted as the issue is on my end.

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Re: [LINUX] Kernel 5.16 and later, veeamsnap support

Post by PTide »

@Obi,

Would you expand a little bit on what exactly was not right?

Thanks!

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