Originally Posted by Blefish
The cm-10.1 branch is deprecated, and I am not planning to update it as cm-11.0 is better in any way.
Is the Ubuntu Touch source code only based on cm-10.1 code though? Maybe you could have success using the cm-11.0 code as it is right now? I am not familiar to how Ubuntu uses the lunch commands, it might be different than Android's default.
Thanks for the quick response!
The Ubuntu Touch guide specifically states cm-10.1, but I will sign up with their forums and check whether I can use cm-11.
The following passage from the Ubuntu Touch Porting Guide gives the impression I might be able to base my work on cm-11? Would you agree?
"For quick reference, these are the current components used from Android:
Linux Kernel (stock Android kernel provided by the vendor, with a few changes to support some extra features needed by Ubuntu, such as Apparmor)
OpenGL ES2.0 HAL and drivers
Media (stagefright) HAL, to re-use the hardware video decoders
RILD for modem support
As Ubuntu is running as the main host on top of an Android kernel and the communication between the Android services and HAL happens via Binder, Sockets and libhybris. "
I am hoping this could work, as it would be a tremendous help, now that I have a running ROM built on 20 May with your source tree for the device specific code etc. which works like a charm!