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Old January 23rd, 2012, 06:22 PM   #101 (permalink)
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can someone please tell me what kernels actually do for our phones right now im running cm7 reloaded and i see an updated kernel and have no idea what to expect when i download and flash it

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can someone please tell me what kernels actually do for our phones right now im running cm7 reloaded and i see an updated kernel and have no idea what to expect when i download and flash it
The kernel... It's the core/kernel of an operating system. It's main functions are to interact with the hardware a.k.a. Device Drivers, to manage resources (things like memory management and processor time sharing a.k.a. multi-tasking), service interrupt requests, network services and the like. It also provides a System Call Interface (API) to the user space (apps running on the machine) so the apps can use system resources.

Now the why so many part... First of all in general there are MANY options available when compiling (building) the kernel. Things like CPU schedulers, file system support, system type support, etc. etc. etc. So there are many different ways to configure the kernel and that gives many options to "test" and see which might work better or not. Some that may help a little or a lot, like CPU management options.

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In short - Kernel: Set of controls that lets the software interact with the hardware of the phone. Typically affects GPS, battery, bluetooth, wifi, display, etc.
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Yeah I will when I get a chance! Nah I didn't die lol just been busy with o5ger stuff! Do you want like init.d support and stuff?
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Also I'm not giving any eta's. I haven't been able tofind much time to work on android related stuff lately. Calculus 1 and trigonometry both in the same semester is kicking my ass!
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Dam I know how that is I had accounting and trigonometry in the same semester and yes please init.d support
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i will make sure to keep everyone updated with your life or death status lol
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Can someone tell me the values you use when undervolting? I'm running bkernel 0.24(EXT3)

Also which governor and scheduler?

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Updated to v1.01
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All I wanted was 2way calling patch & latest touchscreen drivers.. thanks! I'm back on this
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this may be a noob question

is this kernel for the stock ROM or for the bROM?
and do I need to wipe anything before flashing?

I flashed this over the stock ROM but I do not have root nor can I underclock/undervolt
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Any rooted froyo ROM for the Triumph
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It works on any froyo based rom like bROM Froyocream Minimal etc, it also works on the complete stock ron's but in order to overclock, you have to have the rom rooted and use setcpu or nofrills or cpu master to overclock and incredicontrol to undervolt.

So if you are on the stock rom you need to be rooted in order to oc/UV.

Yeah any stock based modded rom is rooted(bROM, Froyocream, Minimal, etc.)
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this may be a noob question

is this kernel for the stock ROM or for the bROM?
and do I need to wipe anything before flashing?

I flashed this over the stock ROM but I do not have root nor can I underclock/undervolt
And this kernel wont root your phone. And you don't need to wipe anything, just flash and enjoy. Root your phone using gingerbreak or some other root method. Probably need to install busybox to if your not rooted as most root apps need busybox in order to work!
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I flashed this kernel on bRom 1.2 and it caused it not to boot. I'm not sure if I did something wrong(probably) or if this kernel is not meant for that rom. Just a warning for others who may try to do the same. I had to do a full wipe and reinstall bRom.
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I flashed this kernel on bRom 1.2 and it caused it not to boot. I'm not sure if I did something wrong(probably) or if this kernel is not meant for that rom. Just a warning for others who may try to do the same. I had to do a full wipe and reinstall bRom.
Did something wrong. Which bKernel did you download? And it works cause I'm using it as a type this message. List exact steps you took in flashing? You should not wipe anything when flashing the kernel. Also did it just not boot or did it bootloop? Details details details.
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Did something wrong. Which bKernel did you download? And it works cause I'm using it as a type this message. List exact steps you took in flashing? You should not wipe anything when flashing the kernel. Also did it just not boot or did it bootloop? Details details details.
I downloaded the bKernel-v1.01 not the CM7 one. All I did is put it on my SD card, booting into CWR and installed the zip. Then it wouldn't boot, it was stuck on the Google logo.
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There shouldn't be a google logo anywhere in the boot process? And I installed it just fine on my phone. Maybe it was a bad download.
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My phone has the google logo during boot before the bRom logo. It's not supposed to have this? I think maybe another rom replaced the motorola logo that used to display?
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My phone has the google logo during boot before the bRom logo. It's not supposed to have this? I think maybe another rom replaced the motorola logo that used to display?
That's Froyocreams splash logo... you can flash the stock Motorola splash image back
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Calculus, trigonometry. Man y'all MUST be kids. No wonder so many developers seen to have time on their hands. But that's enough of me calling myself old.

Mr random, do you have a repository that I might be able to rummage though? I've stuck with Whyzor's kernels because of the battery life, but I see some features on your list I think I would like to add to my own.

Edit: sorry, just read the first post again.
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I flashed this kernel on bRom 1.2 and it caused it not to boot. I'm not sure if I did something wrong(probably) or if this kernel is not meant for that rom. Just a warning for others who may try to do the same. I had to do a full wipe and reinstall bRom.
FYI the first time I tried to install the updated kernel the same thing happened. But I didn't have to wipe anything, just install a different kernel. I re-downloaded and tried again--it worked fine. BTW awesome quadrant scores! Though I don't know how much of that translates to performance...
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Hey b_random. I saw you added lower voltage support to your kernel. Did you see this?

This is the history that they are referring to.
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Can I ask what governors people are using with this kernel? I'm using the sio scheduler which looks awesome on quadrant, but the governor seems more trial and error. Suggestions?
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Can I ask what governors people are using with this kernel? I'm using the sio scheduler which looks awesome on quadrant, but the governor seems more trial and error. Suggestions?
sio scheduler is a scheduler. That has to do with the access to the... partitions. We don't have hard drives in our phones. Schedulers can do things like wait until the disk swings around to make a read or write event. With nandflash, we have equal access to every part of the data. That's why the simpler schedulers work better. Governors control the CPU clock rate, thus when to use more power to do a job. I use Interactive, some use a derivative that locks the clock rate to a low speed. I don't agree with that seeing how the processor can enter a sleep state at any frequency. And I use sio for my scheduler, in case anyone cares
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Ah I just figured I'd try out the lower voltage settings. I still haven't had a chance messing with them. I guess they probably don't work though lol!

For scheduler I use vr mostly. Sio and no-op is good too. For the governor I stick to the tried and true on demand governor! Its always worked the best for me!
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wats the diff between this and oc kernel for cm7?
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wats the diff between this and oc kernel for cm7?
Well bKernel CM7 may not even boot on the new CM7 builds because I haven't updated it in a very long time. The other bKernel is for the stock based ROMs. I am working on updating my CM7 kernel to work on the newer ROMs. Differences are just things included in the kernel and the way we build them(i.e. toolchains used to compile them, governors used, schuedulers available, various tweaks included, etc.)
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I have update the FroYo kernel to v2.0!! I promise its the fastest kernel available for FroYo. I have patched the sources up to the Linux kernel 2.6.32.59 which is as high as you can go in the 2.6.32 kernel. I am still working on getting my CM7 kernel updated and I haven't got to test it yet on the new CM7 builds, but I will!!

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I have update the FroYo kernel to v2.0!! I promise its the fastest kernel available for FroYo. I have patched the sources up to the Linux kernel 2.6.32.59 which is as high as you can go in the 2.6.32 kernel. I am still working on getting my CM7 kernel updated and I haven't got to test it yet on the new CM7 builds, but I will!!

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Have you tried it out? It's pretty fast for real. I never OC on any kernel, but on this one you really don't need it. It flies!

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Have you tried it out? It's pretty fast for real. I never OC on any kernel, but on this one you really don't need it. It flies!
Nice! You're not getting random reboots after applying the 2.6.32.40 patch? I was getting random reboots and haven't had a chance to look further into it yet.
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Not so far. Was you trying it on CM7? Cause I have got a couple random reboots on CM7 even on older kernels. But yeah you can use my commits on my github to patch yours up mantera. I had to resolve some patch rejects in some of the files, but for the most part it went smooth after I got my source lined out with all the missing arch's and documentation files!
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Yes I am running it.. no reboots overclocked to 1.2 and its speedy..no problems playing GTA3
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Not so far. Was you trying it on CM7? Cause I have got a couple random reboots on CM7 even on older kernels. But yeah you can use my commits on my github to patch yours up mantera. I had to resolve some patch rejects in some of the files, but for the most part it went smooth after I got my source lined out with all the missing arch's and documentation files!
Yeah. Cm7 and cm9. Something in them must not like something in that patch.
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Yeah. Cm7 and cm9. Something in them must not like something in that patch.
maybe so. I'll check out the patch and see what all it changes. See if I can't find anything out!

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What ROM is currently using this Kernel?

I'd like to install it.

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What ROM is currently using this Kernel?

I'd like to install it.

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B-rom and cm7
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When I install this kernel and reboot the phone it doesn't work, I need to install another kennel to get my phone working again, I tried the 1.01 and 2.0 versions already, and the phone get stock with the M logo, and never boot
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What ROM are you using?

If you are on a CM7 ROM, even my CM7 kernel at the moment is likely not to work because of how outdated my CM7 kernel is compared to where the CM7 builds are at currently, however as we speak, I am building a CM7-v1.2 of my kernel that works with Whyzor's and g60's latest CM7 builds, and included all my wonderful bKernel features.

If you are on FroYo, either 1.01 or 2.0 should flash and boot up fine. Please tell me what ROM you are using as well as any modifications. Also did you wipe anything before flashing?
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Nice! You're not getting random reboots after applying the 2.6.32.40 patch? I was getting random reboots and haven't had a chance to look further into it yet.
Hey whenever you applied patch 2.6.32.40 did you have any conflicts in the drivers/mmc/core/core.c and drivers/mmc/core/host.c, because I did, and I had to go in and fix the conflicts. That may be where the issue came from. Some of the changes in the .40 patch were already implemented in our kernel source, but some wasn't. If you want you can use my commit for the 2.6.32.40 patch. I know it works stable on FroYo, and I'm testing my CM7 kernel now. I had to mess with the initram to even get it to boot lol! My kernel was a little outdated!
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I have updated the CM7 kernel to v1.2 and it boots and runs great on the newest CM7 builds! I tested it on g60's r04 CM7 build and it ran great. Haven't put to much testing into it, but it should be stable. It has the latest fixes and updates from mantera's and Whyzor's kernels, plus all the features of bKernel 2.0 for FroYo. It is a very fast kernel IMHO, and it should run great on any CM7 build!

Enjoy everyone!
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I am running CM7.2.0-R04 g60style
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Just flashed the updated v2.0 bkernel for Cm7. Now stuck on splash screen. I am running the latest g60 ro4 rom. I can boot into cwm. Please help?
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Just flashed the updated v2.0 bkernel for Cm7. Now stuck on splash screen. I am running the latest g60 ro4 rom. I can boot into cwm. Please help?
my friend...u flashed the wrong kernel
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Ok, how do i fix the problem?
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Thank you for the quick answer
I'm using stock Froyo
I'm not interested in getting a customized/upgraded ROM
I'm trying to get running Ubuntu with my phone, that's is why I wanna try this kernel, does this kernel support "loop"?
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Disregard. I did a restore from my nandroid backup and all is working fine. Confinist, hope this helps you.
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