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Default Source code compilation lenovo A1000 L-F

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Did Any one proceed with the compilation of source code for lenovo A1000, my version is A1000L-F but the source code on the lenovo site ,did not compile ,Missing Makefiles.
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it is not full , it will not compile, lenovo should release new source code which compiles
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Question Lenovo A1000 G kernel config

I would like to try compile a kernel for my A1000-G but have so far unable to locate any appropriate .config file. I have downloaded kernel source and also searched my device root and /proc directories with no luck.

I have compiled and released kernels for my Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, so do have some knowledge, but none of MTK etc. It appears I'll require toolchain gcc version 4.6.x-google to compile.

This is my first Lenovo (portable) device, and seems they don't fully comply with Android GPL? config is part of source, and without it unable to build
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