Repo-ck dot com

Home of CPU optimized Arch linux packages.

CPU-specific & optimized linux-ck packages for Arch Linux featuring Con Kolivas' Brain Fuck Scheduler and CK patchsets!

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Repo-ck is an unofficial Arch Linux repository whose primary goal is to serve-up linux-ck and related packages to the Arch Linux Community. The repo contains a total of 15 different sets of packages compiled for and optimized for a host of specific CPUs.

Repo Setup

Add the repo to /etc/pacman.conf under the current official Arch repos:

[repo-ck]							
Server = http://repo-ck.com/$arch

Add and sign graysky's key:

pacman-key -r 5EE46C4C && pacman-key --lsign-key 5EE46C4C

Update your sync database:

pacman -Syy

Installing Packages

For help selecting a package set, please consult the official Repo-ck article on the Arch wiki.

Package Popularity

stats.pdfstats.pdf

Explore a details-rich analysis of the server logs to understand the popularity of various packages, server statistics, and more.

The generation of these server stats is a semi-automatic process and as such, is not updated daily.

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Linux-ck and headers

  • Current release: 3.15.6-1
  • BFS: 0.449
  • CK Patchset: 3.15-ck1
  • Release date: 18-Jul-2014

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Repo-ck: Official wiki page for this repo. Excellent source of information including: packages in this repo, installation examples, selecting the proper package set for your specific CPU, enabling the BFQ I/O scheduler, and general info.

Linux-ck: Official wiki page for the linux-ck package. Excellent source of information including: packages in this repo, installation examples, selecting the proper package set for your specific CPU, enabling the BFQ I/O scheduler, and general info.

CHANGELOG: Package changelog for those interested in what's new in the latest version.

BFS FAQ: Official FAQ written by Con Kolivas; everything you ever wanted to know about the BFS.

CK's Blogspot: Official development blog of Con Kolivas. Nice place for info about the latest patchsets and general discussion.

Graysky's GitHub: Contains source for many different projects.