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No way back, fellow, Pulse community needs you :)

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zImage is a kernel without ramdisk for repacking boot.img - use "fastboot flash boot boot.img"


installation ok....it is working but i don't know how to test it....:)

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Just use it few days

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See attachment - there is a compiled kernel + flashable boot.img for CyanogenMod7.2, CPU governors seems like working ;)

Added InteractiveX & SmartassV2 governors, various io schedulers - thanks to all

!Kernel in testing stage! - NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGED-BROKEN-BURRIED DEVICES!

Big thanks to Pier11 for the modified kernel sources



No-no-no. I am not developer, just playing with sources

For know the kernel is working well with Twrock's Onyx CM7.2. Set governor to smartass. Overclocked at 691mhz. Wil let you know how it goes :D

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See attachment - there is a compiled kernel + flashable boot.img for CyanogenMod7.2, CPU governors seems like working ;)


Any reason why this won't work with CM6?

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Any reason why this won't work with CM6?

I am don't test it with cyanogenmod6

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I am don't test it with cyanogenmod6


Ok, I'll test it when I have some time.

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Hi to all! Compiled kernel with ipv6 support (needs test, in tool "IPv6 and More" shows device ipv6 address, don't know how to test it ) and partially turned off debugging (may add some speedup - needs test). There is flashable boot.img for cm72 + zImage for repacking boot.img. Thank you again, Pier11

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Hi to all! Compiled kernel with ipv6 support (needs test, in tool "IPv6 and More" shows device ipv6 address, don't know how to test it ) and partially turned off debugging (may add some speedup - needs test). There is flashable boot.img for cm72 + zImage for repacking boot.img. Thank you again, Pier11

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booting with onyx :)


edit:
first boot seem to be longer. but 2nd reboot take usual time may be one or 2 second less(have to check again not sure..)

when i open quickpic i can see pictures very fast.

in storage settings totals space=80.25 avalaible space=42.46( no apps to sd for the moment)

edit 2:download is slower on google play...

confirmed with speed test.net test1 ping=123 download 3159kbps upload 839
test2= ping 114 dl=2625 up=855

set dns show that google dns = dns 1=8.8.8.8 and dns 2=8.8.4.4 so does that the proof that ipv6 is ok?

Edited by desalesouche, 17 April 2012 - 09:28 PM.

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will try some of the wifi tweacks on new boot image from destructor

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Hi to all! Compiled kernel with ipv6 support (needs test, in tool "IPv6 and More" shows device ipv6 address, don't know how to test it ) and partially turned off debugging (may add some speedup - needs test). There is flashable boot.img for cm72 + zImage for repacking boot.img. Thank you again, Pier11

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Installed with Onyx 7.2. Everything seems to be working... will give more feedback tomorrow :D

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Installed with Onyx 7.2. Everything seems to be working... will give more feedback tomorrow :D


are the lights working?

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are the lights working?

Which lights? The LED notifications?

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Which lights? The LED notifications?

yes, keypad lights.

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yes, keypad lights.

Yes the keypad lights are working... :D

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Yes the keypad lights are working... :D

ok just tested it. Also tested on UM840 rom and working.

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 Added Iptables rules support - droidwall app is now working correctly - thanks to Grandhouse from 4pda.ru 

Boot.img for cm7.2

To desalesouche: i am almost sleeping -it was a hard day on work, let me answer to you tomorrow

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this is for which rom ?

hey destructor listen to that idea and tell me what you think...in notice that fast rom(cm6/styx/um840) have similar point that cm7.2 don't have..

.in cm6/styx/um840 sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/adj=0,1,2,7,14,15
sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree=1536,2048,4096,5120,5632,6144
in cm7.2 it is different settings

sys/devices/virtual/bdi/179:0/read_ahead_kb =128 it would be better to set it to 1024

so my question is=is it possible for you to make boot image with governors and these cm6 settings

so my idea is that with that boot image sd access will be faster and may be with cm6/styx/um840 adj and minfree settings cm7.2 will be fast like um840 ?

please tell me what you think ; anyone else opinion welcome :)

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.in cm6/styx/um840 sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/adj=0,1,2,7,14,15
sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree=1536,2048,4096,5120,5632,6144
in cm7.2 it is different settings

Maybe someone who knows more than me will disagree, but....

I don't think these particular settings will have any significant influence, and don't need to have the kernel modified to change them. The lowmemkiller parameters are set in the ramdisk, not the kernel. You can mess around with them quite easily. I have in the past changed the default settings of the lowmemkiller to match or closely match the ones from DT A2SD lowmem-moderate. But if you use DT A2SD, then you can just change them there quite easily as well. There are also apps in the Market that will let you set each of those levels individually.

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To desalesouche: 

There is a boot.img with your tweaks in ramdisk

# cat /sys/devices/virtual/bdi/179:0/read_ahead_kb
cat /sys/devices/virtual/bdi/179:0/read_ahead_kb
1024
# cat sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/adj
cat sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/adj
0,1,2,7,14,15
# cat sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree
cat sys/module/lowmemorykiller/parameters/minfree
1536,2048,4096,5120,5632,6144



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