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17th April 2012, 07:25 PM   |  #251  
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This only applies to the gingerbread branch. Cm9 uses room service and not keep any extra devices local.

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I know. I've added devices with a local_manifest.xml

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I know. I've added devices with a local_manifest.xml

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any link to initialize cm9 local repository with your Mainfest
17th April 2012, 08:30 PM   |  #253  
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any link to initialize cm9 local repository with your Mainfest

No I don't. I could post my local_manifest.xml though and you can edit it so that it pulls your device.

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No I don't. I could post my local_manifest.xml though and you can edit it so that it pulls your device.

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18th April 2012, 12:40 AM   |  #255  
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I know. I've added devices with a local_manifest.xml

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On cm9 just type:

python build/tools/roomservice.py crespo4g

As an example. That builds the local manifest and adds any dependency devices.

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I don't have the best connection either. There have been reports that if you are having connection issues you should do a repo sync and forcing one job "-j1". You can also edit your tcp throughput on the kernel level to help keep packets alive longer locally. Both settings in detail can be found at android.googlesource.com

Also, repo doesn't care. You can restart it as many times as you want. Doesn't break anything.
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So ya the repo sync -j1 worked well seems like more things are getting completed. 8.7 gig (17,115 objects) and climbing just incase anyone was wondering. I do still have 100 gigs left for builds so I should be ok (I think).
Also can anyone direct me to info on how to modify a gingerbread kernel to run cm9. I know I read it somewhere and bookmarked it but I can't remember which device lol. I do have the manufacturers gb source.

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18th April 2012, 07:22 AM   |  #257  
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Also can anyone direct me to info on how to modify a gingerbread kernel to run cm9. I know I read it somewhere and bookmarked it but I can't remember which device lol. I do have the manufacturers gb source.

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Depends on the chipset, minimum changes needed are modifying the BOOTCLASSPATH in init.rc and adding the new classes, and patching the touchscreen driver
Other changes might also be needed, but that depends on the device you are building for
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Depends on the chipset, minimum changes needed are modifying the BOOTCLASSPATH in init.rc and adding the new classes, and patching the touchscreen driver
Other changes might also be needed, but that depends on the device you are building for

Its for a samsung galaxy y and its just a project at the moment. I did see the init.rc edits and adding the classes somewhere. New to kernel development as well as building from source so i'm learning as i go. I am however pretty good t trouble shooting and try to search as much as possible before asking. Like i said... just a project for myself.

I do have a OG TF101 that i'm going to be building for so that will be the main use for compiling.

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Device Tree or Source Tree, which files are associated with the device booting past splash screen and then booting past boot animation?
besides kernel? Thanks Unltd.
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Code:
joyride@joyride:~/aosp$ repo sync -j1

... A new repo command ( 1.15) is available.
... You should upgrade soon:
whats up wit dat?

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