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[Kernel] CRF-Team's "Bawse" kernel is now in beta :)

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OP ChiefzReloaded

ChiefzReloaded

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Posted 06 August 2011 - 01:25 AM #1

Hey, well, for those who choose not to join us on #g-slate on IRC are a bit behind but I have decided to take this out of Alpha as it seems performance is good, features are working and things are moving along Nicely. This is a team effort between myself and ^Faye^ on IRC (hence the name "CRF-Team") with most testing done by ourselves and Innerspace. So enough with the chat lets get on to business!! ;)

Kernel is OC'd to 1.5 Ghz by default with the conservative governor stock. Added was deadline and CFQ I/O schedulers with CFQ default, NEON (which Tegra doesn't support by default but the work around will be included), CIFS, USB automount support (meaning you can plug in flash drives, card readers, HDDs, USB keyboards, bluetooth adapters etc (which have all been tested) adb support is embedded so you can plug your android device into the slate and use the slate as you would your PC to adb the externally connected device... Probably more and when I remember I will revise this thread.... Its late and I have an early day tomorrow so I gotta crash but have fun and let me know how things go.... CR

Oh, and for any who want it the src is public and on my github which the link is in my sig. (I'm GPL compliant :P )


EDIT: Beta 0.2 is up and the link has been updated... Reason its 0.2 is it was a very small change to the ramdisk I forgot to make. The changes were to set adb to root automagically via ro.secure=0, also enabled debugging. So again, not a huge change but I would suggest updating to 0.2 if you play with adb.... CR

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Deez1234

Deez1234

Android Apprentice

Posted 06 August 2011 - 06:17 AM #2

And the saga continues....too bad I always fall asleep for the fun stuff. Amazing work by both of you!
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Faye

Faye

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Posted 06 August 2011 - 12:14 PM #3

As a side note, those wishing to take advantage of the usb auto mounting will need to add the following to their /etc/vold.fstab

dev_mount usbdisk /mnt/usbdisk auto /devices/platform/tegra-ehci

Stay tuned, we're adding new fun stuff every day!
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panthar

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Posted 12 August 2011 - 07:28 AM #4

This looks like it will be really nice - any chance of doing a build that defaults to stock speed? This is very unstable for me and crashes usually in less than a minute. If it started at stock speed then we could find a safe maximum frequency using SetCPU or similar. I'd be happy even if my Slate only is happy up to 1.1 - the CIFS and CFQ scheduling alone are a great upgrade over the stock kernel :)
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Deez1234

Deez1234

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Posted 12 August 2011 - 03:53 PM #5

I think they plan on making some sick kernels when we get 3.1. Right now I believe that the kernel project are on hold.
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vincentchan

vincentchan

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 08:59 PM #6

Does this devices support usb 3g modem like zte AC581
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dasunsrule32

dasunsrule32

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Posted 16 April 2012 - 06:45 AM #7

Does this devices support usb 3g modem like zte AC581


We have not tested this, if it does, you'd need to make sure you have the latest v10p Honeycomb 3.1 update installed. Let us know. :)
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