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[DEV/WIP] Kexecboot Bootloader for Galaxy Note 3 N900T - Boot Multiple Kernels

15th December 2014, 03:59 AM   |  #41  
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Think this project may of been scraped. Dev are you still working on this?
3rd January 2015, 03:04 AM   |  #42  
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Think this project may of been scraped. Dev are you still working on this?

I hope 2 things here.
#1 and most important.....that the dev is ok...or nothing bad happened in his life
#2 THAT THIS PROJECT IS NOT SCREWED.

Any updates bud?
8th January 2015, 07:18 AM   |  #43  
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I'm still here. I kinda gave up temporarily after running into too many roadblocks, then I bought a fancy RGB keyboard and lost track of the project. Then the holiday season took up the rest of my year. I want to get back into this, but I think I'm going to try and get Debian running natively first before resuming the mess that is kexec. Ultimately my goal with kexec is to dual-boot Debian (or Ubuntu, Fedora, etc) and Android, but I am ok with flashing kernels back and forth for now without kexec. I want to talk with some people on the Freedreno IRC and see if I can add a software refresher thread in the kernel or something to make the screen update less of a pain. Knowing that Debian works will be a good motivator for kexec work and having a working screen refresh will be good too.
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11th March 2015, 01:40 AM   |  #44  
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I'm still here. I kinda gave up temporarily after running into too many roadblocks, then I bought a fancy RGB keyboard and lost track of the project. Then the holiday season took up the rest of my year. I want to get back into this, but I think I'm going to try and get Debian running natively first before resuming the mess that is kexec. Ultimately my goal with kexec is to dual-boot Debian (or Ubuntu, Fedora, etc) and Android, but I am ok with flashing kernels back and forth for now without kexec. I want to talk with some people on the Freedreno IRC and see if I can add a software refresher thread in the kernel or something to make the screen update less of a pain. Knowing that Debian works will be a good motivator for kexec work and having a working screen refresh will be good too.

How's this project doing?
11th March 2015, 03:13 AM   |  #45  
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How's this project doing?

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