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[CLOSED][KERNEL+Touch CWM][SGS-SCL]{v15} Team UtterChaos Kernel (UC-Kernel)[XXKPQ]

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13th April 2012, 01:14 PM |#1381  
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Finally I got my PC set up.

It was linux headers package installed on my PC that was messing with my compiled kernel.
I am releasing a beta kernel, compiled on this new PC. Please test it
Enjoy!!
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13th April 2012, 01:30 PM |#1382  
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Finally I got my PC set up.

It was linux headers package installed on my PC that was messing with my compiled kernel.
I am releasing a beta kernel, compiled on this new PC. Please test it
Enjoy!!

finally
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13th April 2012, 01:54 PM |#1383  
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hey doomlord,
could you help us solve the blacklight issue experienced by some i9003 users using AOSP rom? Since i9003 is shipped with 4 different LCD Panels, we believe that the kernel for AOSP rom may not be compatible with some of the LCD Panels. For detail please refer to this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1531928
but none of the developers has faced this problem. We are desperate for help. We hope you could look into it and tell us where is wrong in the kernel.Thank you
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13th April 2012, 02:07 PM |#1384  
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Originally Posted by Napstar

Finally I got my PC set up.

It was linux headers package installed on my PC that was messing with my compiled kernel.
I am releasing a beta kernel, compiled on this new PC. Please test it
Enjoy!!

Nice. Out of curiosity: Do you still work on a voltage sysfs interface?
13th April 2012, 02:16 PM |#1385  
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Angry UC Kernel v10 (Test Release with: Sync bug fix + Extra CPUfreq bins)
Releasing UC Kernel v10 (test kernel) with extra CPUfreq bins and sync bug fixed!


[ changelog ]
  • fixed sync bug related to notifications, thanx to XDA-bam's kernel
  • Added extra cpufrequency bins, thanx to Vurrut's kernel. Current table has;
    CPUfreq >>>>>>> Voltages used
    • 120 MHz >>>>>>> 840000
    • 300 MHz >>>>>>> 1000000
    • 600 MHz >>>>>>> 1162500
    • 800 MHz >>>>>>> 1300000
    • 1000 MHz >>>>>>> 1350000
    • 1100 MHz >>>>>>> 1370000
    • 1200 MHz >>>>>>> 1380000
    • 1300 MHz >>>>>>> 1455000
    • 1350 MHz >>>>>>> 1485000 (Experimental)
    • 1380 MHz >>>>>>> 1500000 (Experimental)

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KINDLY DO NOT MIRROR OUR FILES


UC-KERNEL-v10
MD5HASH: d6b70fff00b43d9a1fbd8e817ccb15d2



please do intensive testing and let us know ur feedback/reports!





ENJOY!!!
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thank you for new release
can you post the voltage table pls?
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Nice. Out of curiosity: Do you still work on a voltage sysfs interface?

Sorry mate..

I have not worked on voltage sysfs as of yet. Its there in my ToDo list though.

Currently, I will be working on porting AROMA installer's UI as generic UI for CWM.
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thank you for new release
can you post the voltage table pls?

Modified OP.
13th April 2012, 02:47 PM |#1389  
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@napstar won't more CPU bins make the kernel less stable?

Cheers

Sent from my GT-i9003 powered by Smooth and no lag vurrutRom
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Modified OP.

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