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[KERNEL][ICS] Tiamat AOSP Kernel 3.0.5 (Updated 2012/2/9)

OP solarnz

solarnz

Developer

Posted 08 February 2012 - 08:11 PM #1

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AOSP Kernels for the Motorola Xoom
Also available for HTC's Droid Incredible, Evo 4G, Nexus One, and Desire (GSM)



In compliance with the GPL, every change and all attributions can be found in full detail in my git repositories. Please feel free to explore, fork, or even cherry-pick (please include an attribution to the appropriate dev).

Tiamat-AOSP Code Homepage -- Source for all Tiamat Kernels
Github repository (for pull requests)

Version Guide

Tiamat versions are listed in the format X.Y.Z

A progression in X indicates a major change or upgrade from previous versions.
A progression in Y indicates a stable release with some medium alteration or many small ones together.
A progression in Z indicates a minor change and is usually a testing release. Not all of these are released.



Change Log:




Version 3.x.x - Third generation Tiamat kernels for Android 4.0

Version 3.0.5
  • New 2.6.39 kernel from google
  • Including overclocking to 1.7GHz
  • Included lagfree governor
  • Included miscellaneous configuration changes
  • CIFS, NTFS and NFS built into the kernel

Version 2.x.x - Second generation Tiamat kernels for 3.2

Version 2.2.0
  • Fixed 4G modem support (huge thanks to kcrudup)
  • Brought in many nvidia upstream changes
  • Switched to BFQ as the default I/O schedular
  • Includes the lagfree cpu frequency governor

Version 2.1.0
  • Brought back the autogroup cpu scheduler. (Thanks to kcrudup)
  • Many Low-level nvidia bugfixes.
  • Brought in the SIO I/O Scheduler
  • Fixed the wifi sleep issue (TDR)
  • Fixed the 1.7ghz voltage issues (TDR)
  • Removed the usb mass storage support. (being able to write directly to the external sdcard via your pc)
  • GPU automatic frequency scaling

Version 2.0.0
  • ONLY SUPPORTS ANDROID 3.2
  • Apple Magic Mouse Support
  • 1.7Ghz frequency tweaking
  • Cpu Frequency scaling patch - should be nicer now.
  • Disabled the autogroup scheduler
  • Voltage Controls - Thanks TDR!
  • Miscellaneous upstream changes

Version 1.x.x


Version 1.4.4
  • Introducing 1.7Ghz Overclock!
  • All frequency steps built in. 1.2, 1.408, 1.504, 1.6, and 1.7!
  • Two versions. Overclocked GPU and Stock GPU [request filled]
  • USB Tether work for real now! I personally tested with my Evo running Konikub's Evo Elite III Sense Froyo Rom. See below for script.
  • Added Realtek 8150 USB Ethernet Dongle Module [request filled]
  • Usb Mass Storage now stock in build. Visit Mass Storage Tool Thread by dinomight for implementation. (thanks Kcrudup for turning on lun0 for us ;D )
  • Please see important release notes for this build.

Version 1.4.3
  • Fixed second core scaling wake issue. Thanks TDR
  • Only need a single build now as scaling works the way it should (Ya for me :D )
  • Brought back 2.6.36.4 (thanks Cybertronicz for digging it up)
  • Autogroup Scheduler brought back (by Cybertronicz from .38 tree)
  • Now using SLUB allocator
  • Eliminated even more debug bloat
  • HFS and HFSPlus file system modules for Mac users [request filled]
  • Usb Mass Storage now stock in build. Visit Mass Storage Tool Thread by dinomight for implementation. (thanks Kcrudup for turning on lun0 for us ;D )

Version 1.4.2
  • Two builds! Overclocked to 1.6Ghz and 1.4Ghz. If you had stability issues with 1.5Ghz, choose the 1.4Ghz. If 1.5Ghz ran fine for you, grab the 1.6Ghz.
  • Just for now, kernel version had to drop to 2.6.36.3 from 2.6.36.4
  • All the popular file system and network mount modules including:
    • CIFS for windows network mounts
    • NFS and XFS
    • TUN with full ipv6 support!
    • AUFS for dual mount and other uses
    • NTFS for mounting ntfs partitions
    • nls_utf8.ko for foreing language network mounts
    • And much more!
  • Implemented USB Ethernet for USB Tether from phone to Xoom!
  • Extreme debug bloat removal and massive kernel optimization
  • Linpack 69 and Quadrant 4800! (on 1.6Ghz Performance governor)

Version 1.4.1
  • Mass Storage has been removed do to stability issues. Your SD Card still works just fine without it!
  • More updates from Google AOSP.
  • Please visit Tiamat Xoom Kernel Github Repo for commit history.

Version 1.4.0
  • Mass Storage now enabled in Android with easy scripter script. Thanks kcrudup for enable mass_storage_platform_device in board driver.
  • Huge source update from tegra upstream. Preparation for the elusive Motorola update we don't even need now!
  • Found lost L2 Cache patch. Linpack 65 and Quadrant 3000 out the box.
  • Removed more bloat from kernel. Much leaner and meaner.

Version 1.3.2
  • Now flashable through recovery! No more fastboot nonsense!
  • Upgrade to 2.6.36.4 thanks Cybertronicz!
  • Merged several branches from Kcrudup into Tiamat master.
  • Removed debugging bloat from modules

Version 1.3.1
  • No kernel code modfications, just changes to init.stringray.rc and vold.fstab
  • sdcard2 now shows up inside sdcard so it plays nice with system and gallery
  • Make sure you follow special instructions in "How To Install"

Version 1.3.0
  • SD Card enabled! Look for "sdcard2" in root. Same install instructions as 1.1.6
  • Huge thanks to kcrudup for ideas on gpio and "mount at boot" service. You da man!
  • Thanks onicrom for helping with diagnostics and testing!
  • Thanks cayniarb, bcnice20, and stiffspliff for teaching me so much!

Version 1.1.6
  • Only updated module, no kernel changes
  • Modified tun.ko for Advanced IP Routing (untested, please provide feedback)

Version 1.1.5
  • Added tun.ko for OpenVPN support (untested, please provide feedback)
  • Added cifs.ko for Windows Netshare (confirmed working)
  • Modded ramdisk and vold.fstab for USB Hosting support (Thank's a million to Roebeet!)
  • Works perfect with new OTA!

Version 1.1.0
  • Updates to memory patches
  • Removed Smartass Governor. Need more research.
  • Updates to wifi drivers for wifi-only device compatibility

Version 1.0.0
  • Initial release 2.6.36.3
  • Implemented Smartass governer
  • Enabled additional governers in Kconfig


Features
  • Overclocking to 1.7GHz
  • Under / Over volting
  • Lagfree governor
  • NFS, CIFS and NTFS
  • Latest kernel changes from google


How to Install

Instruction for flashing Tiamat Xoom 3.X.X Kernel
NOTE: you must have android 4.0 installed (ICS). This kernel will not work on any prior android versions.

1. Reboot into recovery.
2. Go into "mounts and storage"
3. Select "mount USB storage"
4. Your SD Card will now be mounted on your computer. Drop the kernel onto the external SD Card.
5. "Go Back" then go into "install zip from sdcard" then "choose zip from sdcard"
7. Back out to main menu and reboot.


Downloads

Tiamat 3.0.5 Overclocked GPU
http://goo-inside.me...3.0.5-gpuoc.zip



Tiamat 3.0.5 Stock GPU
http://goo-inside.me....5-stockgpu.zip


Edited by solarnz, 08 February 2012 - 08:12 PM.

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theMichael

theMichael

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Posted 14 February 2012 - 10:48 AM #2

nice work! any plans to add new governors like interactiveX2 or smartassV2?
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| Phone: HTC Thunderbolt | Rom: Thundershed 1.6 | Kernel: leankernel 6.2.1 | Radio: .19 |
| Tablet: Motorola Xoom (Wi-Fi) | Rom: Team EOS build 155 | Kernel: Tiamat |

supercutetom

supercutetom

That guy who's not sexy but thinks he is.

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Posted 17 May 2012 - 10:41 PM #3

Can't help but notice this hasn't been updated in ages and the Xoom has been removed from the code homepage... Is this as doom and gloom as it appears?
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christianpeso

christianpeso

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 05:55 AM #4

Can't help but notice this hasn't been updated in ages and the Xoom has been removed from the code homepage... Is this as doom and gloom as it appears?


3.0.15 with OC GPU is located in the opening post here:
http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1571467
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supercutetom

supercutetom

That guy who's not sexy but thinks he is.

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 12:26 PM #5

Well thats a step in the right direction... Doesnt quell my nerd fears from before, though lol
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christianpeso

christianpeso

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Posted 18 May 2012 - 08:11 PM #6

Well thats a step in the right direction... Doesnt quell my nerd fears from before, though lol


Sent from my Xoom using Tapatalk 2

What nerd fears?? The kernel and os r being updated frequently. Support has not stopped. What's the problem??
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supercutetom

supercutetom

That guy who's not sexy but thinks he is.

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Posted 25 May 2012 - 11:36 AM #7

Nerd fears have been squelched, I have managed to also build myself the latest version of the kernel as well. Tiamat-3.0.21-gpuoc. I've tested it and it has worked wonderfully well with AOKP and Cyanogenmod 9. I'm incredibly new to this and if anyone wants to give it a whirl I think I set up dropbox correctly...

https://dl.dropbox.c....0.21-gpuoc.zip

A simple flash in Clockworkmod is all thats needed. The package does the rest.
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PacerguyDon

PacerguyDon

Android Addict

Posted 25 May 2012 - 03:49 PM #8

Thanks for the updated kernel supercutetom. It's been needed. I'm going to give it a go here in a few minutes B)
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~Don~
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supercutetom

supercutetom

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Posted 25 May 2012 - 08:46 PM #9

Hey thanks. I know this is just a hobby for the devs and that they have normal lives to tend to. So I'm just helping everyone out. If anybody could direct people here on XDA that'd be awesome. I'd do it but can't be bothered with the 10 post rule.
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christianpeso

christianpeso

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Posted 26 May 2012 - 06:22 PM #10

Nerd fears have been squelched, I have managed to also build myself the latest version of the kernel as well. Tiamat-3.0.21-gpuoc. I've tested it and it has worked wonderfully well with AOKP and Cyanogenmod 9. I'm incredibly new to this and if anyone wants to give it a whirl I think I set up dropbox correctly...

https://dl.dropbox.c....0.21-gpuoc.zip

A simple flash in Clockworkmod is all thats needed. The package does the rest.


Works fantastic! Running it on Kangerade build 37 which is based on aokp's newest build. Team rogue touch recovery. Big thanks for this. How do u go about making flashable zips of their kernels?

Sent from my Xoom using Tapatalk 2
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