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CE-2020.09.16 Kernel Version

  • 8 August 2022
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I have figured out that the version of the kernel is 4.19.100.  I have also figured out that this version is not working with my NUC11 and the i225-V NIC.  I would like to replace that kernel with the 5.15 kernel as the 5.15 kernel works with the i225-V NIC.  Does anyone have a procedure on how to replace the kernel in the ISO?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

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Steve


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There is no procedure on how to do this. I was looking into compiling the drivers but that wasnt working either. Lets hope the new community edition will be based on a newer kernel.

 

I'm currently running AHV 20191030.415 and AOS 2020.09.16.

 

What I did was installing the older version and only upgrade AOS to the latest community edition and leave AHV on the older version. 

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Thanks for the reply.  Curious to know what version of Intel NUC you are running?  Are you running one with the i225-v NIC?

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Yes. 3 times a NUC10i7FNH which have the i225-v nic. 

Stephen, did you ever get CE to install on a NUC11, I have one and have not been able to as of yet?

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Stephen, did you ever get CE to install on a NUC11, I have one and have not been able to as of yet?

You need to get the older version of ce. The latest will not work. 

I tried the older one but it seems to require legacy boot which is not supported on the NUC11’s, unless you know a way around that?  Do you have a NUC11 or NUC10?  https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000057401/intel-nuc.html

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I currently have a NUC11 and I still have not had any luck.  I am now waiting for a new version of CE to be published to see if the new version will work.

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I tried the older one but it seems to require legacy boot which is not supported on the NUC11’s, unless you know a way around that?  Do you have a NUC11 or NUC10?  https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000057401/intel-nuc.html

You can customize the image to boot UEFI, please see thread: Home Lab on Intel NUC11 Kit | Nutanix Community and CE-2020.09.16 Install Issues | Nutanix Community 

The problem is that we cannot get the NIC working.

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Stephen, did you ever get CE to install on a NUC11, I have one and have not been able to as of yet?

You need to get the older version of ce. The latest will not work. 

@JeroenTielen which version are you referring into? 

I modified the ce-2019.02.11-stable.img to boot from UEFI, but couldn’t get the NIC drivers to work with i225-V either. 

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