pf-kernel is a desktop-oriented Linux kernel fork. Its name is by no means related to BSD Packet Filter. "pf" stands for "post-factum", the author's nickname.
Currently, pf-kernel incorporates:
As you may see, it improves interactiveness and performance, saves some memory and fixes nasty bugs.
Latest release is: v4.18-pf2, patch (applies to bare kernel only with no stable patches)
You can also check full list of all releases.
To get a specific patch, use the following URL template:
There are Arch Linux official binaries available for some architectures (64-bit only):
Some unofficial packages are maintained here:
Please don't ask me to fix or update them, I just host some links. But if you know that some other distributions also support pf-kernel, let me know.
No, since it is maintained by other people. But I still leave some links to it here:
Please, let me know.
GPLv2 says: this program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Keep this in mind.