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  • #31
    Usually update-grub is called via hook, no manual execution needed. also it sounds a bit strange to install a specific headers package when you install the kernel via a meta package.

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    • #32
      with the metapackage there are a warning

      I installed the metapackage alone at first and I had a warning asking for isntall headers, then I removed it ,and did it this way and there was no warnings, the update-grup is done, twice, as you say, this way, but I do like to be sure all is ok, and i can read the output - and be sure all will be ok when i will reboot.

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      • #33
        Then use the metapackage name as well: linux-headers-lowlatency

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        • #34
          Thanks I did not know it

          Thanks a lot,

          I have just discovered this method, after being happy with the Sabayon 1000 Hz kernel and looking an easy way of having it at ubuntu. I did not know this.

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          • #35
            Poor performance on Intel® 965GM x86/MMX/SSE2

            It seems that the poor performance in Ubuntu is caused by this bug: Poor performance on Intel® 965GM x86/MMX/SSE2? If anyone else is experiencing the same issue please go and vote for it as shown here: how to vote (you have to be logged in). Hopefully it will get fixed sooner.

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