[Q] Enabling cifs on cyanogenmod 10.2 (tf300t build)
Hi. I just installed Cyanogenmod 10.2 on my tf300t along with cifs-manager and when trying to mount some shared folder, I get an "unknown device" error message.
I tried several solutions to this issue.
As lsmod only returns two modules, I first tried to find and copy some cifs.ko and other cifs related modules into /system/lib/modules - got a read only error and I'm not even sure if the modules I found will work with my current kernel (3.1.10-g47ec43e)
I also tried to install an android 4.3 kernel from the following thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2107224
Flashed it via twrp, wiped dalvik cache, no effect: still cannot mount in cifs-manager (haven't tried mounting directly from command line atm) and oddly, uname -a yields the same kernel version: 3.1.10-g47ec43e (is there anything special I must do when flashing a kernel?)
So here are my questions:
1. Why aren't the cifs modules included in Cyanogenmod as they were before? (if I recall correctly, 10.1 had no such problem).
1.1: Will they get included?
2. Where can I find the proper cifs modules for tf300t, kernel 3.1.10?
2.1: How can I bypass this "read-only" error I'm getting and copy the modules to the right place?
3. Where can I find a kernel build that would perhaps already include the cifs modules?
3.1: What are the precise steps to perform when trying to flash a kernel via TWRP, is marking the .zip file containing the kernel for installation, installing and wiping cache sufficent?
An answer to any of the above questions will be greatly appreciated!