Kuki.me Acer Aspire One kernel

The guys at Kuki Linux, have released a deb package of a slightly more custom kernel (latest wireless added etc..) than the vanilla ubuntu and debian kernel.

You can view the Tutorial on Kuki website:


Hopefully it means that it will be easier to install ubuntu and debian on to a Acer Aspire One.

2 thoughts on “Kuki.me Acer Aspire One kernel”

  1. Slighty more custom?


    Have you used the kernel? It contains nothing hardware related that isnt in the Aspire One and has dramatically reduced the boot time on ubuntu/debian variants.

    If you have an aspire one give our upcoming kuki.me release a spin.

    Kernel Maintainer

  2. SICKB0Y’s kernel really does improve your mileage with the AAO. But hey, if you read this, SICKB0Y, – pleeeeeeease try and do something about the battery life! I usually end up using freakin’ XP on my AAO because the battery life in linux – even with your kernel – is about 70% of what I get on XP. XP gives me between 3 and 3.5 hours depending on my wireless usage. Any GNU/Linux distro gives me about 2 to 2.5, even after a lot of optimization using powerTOP and editing my local.rc to shift my governor down more aggressively, reducing writes to my hard drive, putting all my temps in memory…i can’t get the battery life to improve much.
    Anyway, thanks for all your hard work! I love Kuki.

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