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[DEV] Fixing/Updating the HD2 kernel and missing code

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25th April 2011, 09:59 PM   |  #11  
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Ok I'll do it tomorrow n also maintain the list in the op
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26th April 2011, 07:14 PM   |  #12  
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I may be wrong, but this thread is not supposed to become a bug fix request thread. It is aimed at developpers, so that they collaborate on a merging of HD2 specific stuff onto a cyanogen 2.6.37 kernel...

This would most likely result in the resolution of a lot of our issues, but in the mean time, [DEV] in the thread title means it is for devs only......
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Keep this thread clean please.. there are only a select few devs who actually work on kernels around here. Let them use this as a way of communication to generate a complete kernel, then we can test it for bugs.

Very excited about the prospects of this, if you guys get a working kernel with all the new commits shoot it over and I'll test it out on one of my HD2's.
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I looked pushed code and it's ok, at least for first few commits. But it needs some deep cleaning an optimization, also there is some bravo naming convention used in leo specific files. You should put this tree on gitorious so we can do more work on it, but anyway i will clone tree and do some cleaning and porting new stuff.
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27th April 2011, 10:09 PM   |  #15  
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This could be of interest, and not too much off-topic.
This kernel: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=966786
is being abandoned and it had some patches for performance that I think are valuable. It had linpack scores that can be achieved only with heavy overclocks on other kernels... The problem is, the source is being distributed by a .zip, no commits, nothing... the only way to get those would be to issue a diff with... something :P and guess where they are. Staying on topic, I've already adapted cm-kernel for another device so I think I'll be able to help when I get enough free time to spare.
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Originally Posted by D4rk50ul

Keep this thread clean please.. there are only a select few devs who actually work on kernels around here. Let them use this as a way of communication to generate a complete kernel, then we can test it for bugs.

Very excited about the prospects of this, if you guys get a working kernel with all the new commits shoot it over and I'll test it out on one of my HD2's.

Yes you are right. Unfortunately many threads like this one get's filled with off topic chatter, complaints etc. I will try to keep my eye on this thread so the dev's can communicate. If your not contributing to the DEV work on the HD2 kernel's, please don't post your wishes and thanks post as this will quickly clog up the thread. I'd hate to lose progress due to this. That's why many DEV's end up not using XDA and reverting to IRC only. Thanks

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Hi,

Few days back there are some conversation about libsurfaceflinger.so for color banding issue http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1012278 . Since Rom is changing continuesly with libs can we port the change for color issue.

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It's better to start/clone from pure CM 2.6.37 kernel, then add new commits when adding any new functions.

Would you please add a new commit when adding a new function?
Otherwise, it's very easy to lost the way in the source code.

A commit "Update some board files" doesn't tell the whole story. I want to know why to change.
Comparing the source code manually and guessing its function is not convenient for any kernel devs.
For me, I won't add any code in my 2.6.32 kernel until I know the meaning of the changes of the source code.
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tytung, has any1 of you done so? please let us know..
1st May 2011, 09:22 AM   |  #19  
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tytung, has any1 of you done so? please let us know..

No, I didn't work on 2.6.37 kernel so far.
I didn't see that charnsingh_online added a TODO list in the OP.
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Fried my laptop charger. New one on way. Hd2 arrived

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