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[KERNEL][12/31] rohan.kernel.b7 [Linux 3.0.57][GCC 4.7][2.0ghz][S2W][INTELLI][SIO]

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19th February 2013, 06:50 PM |#931  
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Please excuse my ignorance but, once the kernel is flashed and later i install a new CM10 nightly: will i have to flash the kernel again?


Yep. When you flash a new ROM it flashes the kernel that is included with the ROM as well. Unless you are on the newer HBOOT where you have to flash the boot.img separately, then your old kernel should still be there. If it were me, I'd flash a ROM and then the stock kernel included with the ROM through fastboot, if needed. Make sure everything is running well and then go back and flash Rohan's kernel after that.
 
 
19th February 2013, 07:39 PM |#932  
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Please excuse my ignorance but, once the kernel is flashed and later i install a new CM10 nightly: will i have to flash the kernel again?

This will not work with the cm10.1 nightlies nor will it with any 4.2 rom

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can't wait till this gets updated!!! (if it does of course! )
19th February 2013, 10:26 PM |#934  
can you make this kernal for the one s since there based on the same msm 8960 cm kernal source
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This will not work with the cm10.1 nightlies nor will it with any 4.2 rom

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He didn't say anything about CM10.1 nightlies. He just asked about regular CM10 nightlies, which I guess aren't really nightlies anymore, but weekly ROMs. This kernel will work fine on those. You are definitely correct about it not working on CM10.1 though. My other response was for him using CM10 and not CM10.1.

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Yep. When you flash a new ROM it flashes the kernel that is included with the ROM as well. Unless you are on the newer HBOOT where you have to flash the boot.img separately, then your old kernel should still be there. If it were me, I'd flash a ROM and then the stock kernel included with the ROM through fastboot, if needed. Make sure everything is running well and then go back and flash Rohan's kernel after that.

thanks for yours and mikelebz's responses. very helpful.
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can you make this kernal for the one s since there based on the same msm 8960 cm kernal source

Kernal? You mean canal? Like the thing you put boats in? Trolol

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With S-Off achieved, will it be easier to make custom kernels?
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With S-Off achieved, will it be easier to make custom kernels?



I'm not a developer so I could be wrong but I don't think S-off helps in regards to building a custom kernel. It will make flashing kernels easier for people who couldn't flash them through recovery before S-off.
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With S-Off achieved, will it be easier to make custom kernels?

just makes it easier for the n00bs who don't know how to flash via fastboot won't really help on the development side, but great for the end user
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