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If someone can post the link to the sources for 4.1.2 I can compile.
 
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I believe it is available here:
http://opensource.samsung.com/recept...rchValue=N8000
http://opensource.samsung.com/recept...Value=SHW-M480
 
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isn't this the correct source for 4.1.2 ?
 
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If someone can post the link to the sources for 4.1.2 I can compile.
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You asked for sources; I gave them to you. But since then you didn't respond. Aren't they the sources you asked for ?
 
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Hi,

You asked for sources; I gave them to you. But since then you didn't respond. Aren't they the sources you asked for ?
I haven't that much time at the moment, but I will look at this. The last time I had to patch some parts of the graphics driver out of the kernel as there were some sources missing. That took some time to make it compile.
 
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Hi,

attached are the modules compiled from update4. Please note that I can't test them.
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thanks. I've tried them now.
md4.ko and nls_utf8.ko can be loaded with no issues but cifs.ko can't be loaded.
when I check the dmesg output I see :
"cifs: Unknown symbol dns_query (err 0)"

I had this similar error on one of my previous devices, but I don't remember how it was fixed.
do you know the reason ?
thx.

---------- Post added at 12:22 AM ---------- Previous post was at 12:16 AM ----------

this is an info from another kernel developer working on another device:

dns_resolver and md4 modules are linked into the kernel, so loading cifs will be enough to use smb shares


I guess we should add another module (dns_resolver)
 
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Please try the attached kernel module before loading cifs.
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Thanks. That made it work.
interesting though. because on other devices I didn't need the dns_resolver.ko for cifs to work.

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btw, the modules get disappearing from /lib/modules when I restart. So I placed them under /system/lib/modules
weird...

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ooops. after I placed them under /system/lib/modules , I can't insmod cifs.ko
it says "out of memory"
when I remove them from /system, I can use it.

so where should I put them ?
 
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With my older system I had put them under /sdcarc/cifs which is working.

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