I've just compile the kernel26-ice (http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=15224) and my system just randomly freeze (a few seconds each). Here is my configuration in the PKGBUILD like this:
### User/Environment defined variables
I have to come back to vanilla kernel!
Is it just me or this is a bug of kernel/package?
Does anyone experience the same?
PS: I don't know if this is the right place to post this issue.
If you decide to try the 'development' version that's on github you can do something like this...
ck_patches=1 bfs_scheduler=1 keep_source_code=1 menuconfig=1 use_config_gz=1 enable_anti_stall=1 make_jobs=4 makepkg -f
(My shell script also does rm -rf src/linux-2.6.*/ first)
While the above options make sense, you might want to enable the menuconfig option to run the ncurses kernel config utility to verify that the default configuration makes sense for your hardware. I don't happen to /use/ the default kernel config and thus always set 'use_config_gz' to grab the settings from /proc/config.gz and maintain a running configuration across builds.
If after making sure that things are configured as you desire you might want to try the complete ck patch set I just added to the dev version. It may migrate to the release version soon; thus far I have not had any issues with it.
Could you give me the URL for the github of kernel26-ice?