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Blade kernel 2.6.35 for Leak Version

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I love the Blue Ginger ROM but I would like to enable OC for it. Is it a good idea to flash kernel from this topic? I think it`s compatible (Blue Ginger is based on GSF, and GSF is based on Ginger-leak).

Can somebody tell me is it good idea to flash this kernel to Blue Ginger and if it should work?

It should work. Make a backup and give it a try, if it doesn't work you can just restore your backup.

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"v.2.4.1 (12th Sep 2011)

- Unique Version : VR- BFQ -CFQ - NOOP all in one version. Just pick it with No Frills CPU Control"

Can someone in short explain whats the difference to V2.4 (VR) ?

I have No Frills CPU installed but not set / used it. I only run it without making changes to get seen whats could be set. With 2.4 i see VR+NOOP as IO options.

What does V2.4.1 means i case of me (not using No Frills CPU Control) and others which used that for OC.

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I dont know if this is new version fault but i saw this today -

everything is ok, when i press power button, screen off, phone sleep - good, pressing menu,back,home - nothing.

I call someone, talk.

Press power button - and now whatever i press, menu back or home - screen wakes up and is on.

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Hello,

good work on the kernel, thanks.

Though, i have a question

Built in functions: CIFS - TUN- FUSE- DM-CRYPT - UTF8 -- EXT3 - EXT4 - JDB2

How can i make cifs working?

I can't see any cifs.ko module in system/lib/modules (is it elsewhere?)

I tried to mount a cifs share on the sdcard without any success, i get a 'mount: invalid argument' error

Thanks for your help.

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burstlam Are you planning make CM7 kernel from lastest patch3 N179+ with your nice modifications?

Second question is about undervolting of procesor. Principle is the same as on Xperia X8 (Xperia X10i Mini xx series), works and this help to better holding power. In source code is somewhere this table, the last but one number (red color) is voltaging settings for frequency.

static struct clkctl_acpu_speed pll0_960_pll1_245_pll2_1200[] = { { 0, 19200, ACPU_PLL_TCXO, 0, 0, 19200, 0, 0, 30720 }, { 0, 120000, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 7, 60000, 1, 1, 61440 }, { 1, 122880, ACPU_PLL_1, 1, 1, 61440, 1, 1, 61440 }, { 0, 201600, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 5, 67200, 2, 2, 61440 }, { 1, 245760, ACPU_PLL_1, 1, 0, 122880, 1, 2, 61440 }, { 1, 320000, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 2, 160000, 1, 3, 122880 }, { 0, 403200, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 2, 201600, 1, 3, 200000 }, { 1, 480000, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 1, 240000, 1, 4, 200000 }, { 1, 604800, ACPU_PLL_2, 2, 1, 302400, 1, 5, 200000 }, { 1, 614400, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 307200, 1, 5, 200000 }, { 1, 633600, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 316800, 1, 5, 200000 }, { 1, 652800, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 326400, 1, 5, 200000 }, { 1, 672000, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 336000, 1, 5, 200000 }, { 1, 691200, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 345600, 1, 6, 200000 }, { 1, 710400, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 355200, 1, 7, 200000 }, { 1, 729600, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 364800, 1, 7, 200000 }, { 1, 748800, ACPU_PLL_0, 4, 0, 374400, 1, 7, 200000 }, ...

On my Blade works fine all numbers -1 from 650 MHz below on .32 kernel from johnsmithx. But he doesn´t make this again:( The best road to make this for all is prepare any script for change this numbers. If I understand well, this do x8uv-vXXX-x10m.zip file on Xperia phones.

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Hello,

good work on the kernel, thanks.

Though, i have a question

How can i make cifs working?

I can't see any cifs.ko module in system/lib/modules (is it elsewhere?)

I tried to mount a cifs share on the sdcard without any success, i get a 'mount: invalid argument' error

Thanks for your help.

Hi.

Same question here, how do we get cifs working? I have Cifs Manager installed and I just get some wierd error?

I have used Cifs Manager before with other roms but then I have loaded cifs.ko from system/lib/modules.

Do I have to tell you all that I am a n00b? ;)

Thank you in advance!

Sorry, as I said, I am a n00b! :lol: Cifs is working perfect with Cifs Manager. My mistake, I used wrong information. :blink:

Many thanks for you kernel!

/Henke

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So does burstlam's 2.4.2 kernel fix the no sleep after phone call issue?

Also, has anybody noticed that the notification bar randomly disappears?

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would be realy nice if its possible to add undervolting to this kernel.

It would make our blades battery life even better.

I second that. With the latest roms we have great battery life but with undervolting our batteries can last longer. I hope that there is the capability of doing that.

Thanks for this great kernel.

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Version 2.4.3 does not seam to work with GSF beta 24, it stays stuck at green droid at boot and LED is with color red

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Version 2.4.3 does not seam to work with GSF beta 24, it stays stuck at green droid at boot and LED is with color red

+1, had the same problem. Flashed 2.4.2 back. Wonder what the problem is.

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I'm still getting only 19 points in the Antutu CPU-float test.

What am I doing wrong?(using 2.4.3 now)

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Can anyone post a link to 2.4.2 version? I have a GSF b24, but it won't booting with 2.4.3. Thank you.

Did you reinstall fixed 2.4.3 Kernel dl and now working?

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Thanks - updated GSF with K 2.4.3 fixed - all OK.

Q: I use NOOP as IO scheduler, in which cases may new SIO IO scheduler option be better?

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I'm still getting only 19 points in the Antutu CPU-float test.

What am I doing wrong?(using 2.4.3 now)

Are you using GSF B24?

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Thanks - updated GSF with K 2.4.3 fixed - all OK.

Q: I use NOOP as IO scheduler, in which cases may new SIO IO scheduler option be better?

SIO is base on Deadline Scheduler, It writes data with out sorting.

Therefore, It gives better Database I/O performance for emmc / ssd.. internal storage which doesn't need sorting at all.

though at peak performance is lower than VR scheduler but SIO is more stable.

try several test run with Antutu and u will see the difference

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