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29th June 2011, 06:45 PM   |  #1  
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Please go to Lilsteffy's threat !!! ,DEV here has stopt !!!

Admin close threat please
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29th June 2011, 06:45 PM   |  #2  
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Working
Touchscreen
USB Host
Audio Out (Speakers not working)
Wifi - Requires Terminal / Script
Code:
For WPA2 edit /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf
then run
sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/start-networking
sudo update-rc.d start-networking defaults 99 05
Known Issues
Wifi GUI not working
Bluetooth not working
Speakers not working(Output Works)
Touchpad not working
Standby issues with Lid CLosed - Investigating
Resize Loop File <--

Keep in mind 4G fat32 limit for FAT32 !!

To Do
Boot To android -> looking into kexec.
trying to mod touchpad driver.

Sources
Kernal Source
Mega Source
Tweakers and Testers
HTC Linux
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29th June 2011, 06:58 PM   |  #3  
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Change log.

0.2 Added WPA2 script , user just have to edit and enable it.
0.1 Added boot from loop or second partition.
0.0b first release
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29th June 2011, 07:20 PM   |  #4  
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There is already a thread for this...
29th June 2011, 07:25 PM   |  #5  
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Here is what I would do:

1)Rebuild your kernel without virtual terminal,
2)use/boot this kernel with android.
3) use es file explorer to find the write /dev/block/mmcblkXXX???
use this in the init script of the initrd
4) use terminal emulator and ls -la to find out the MAJOR and MINOR number
of the right /dev/block/mmcblkXXX
use/change this in the bin/MKNODE script in the initrd

-> Done
29th June 2011, 07:34 PM   |  #6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bergfex

Here is what I would do:

1)Rebuild your kernel without virtual terminal,
2)use/boot this kernel with android.
3) use es file explorer to find the write /dev/block/mmcblkXXX???
use this in the init script of the initrd
4) use terminal emulator and ls -la to find out the MAJOR and MINOR number
of the right /dev/block/mmcblkXXX
use/change this in the bin/MKNODE script in the initrd

-> Done

always a great help bergfex thnx
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You can try step 3 and 4 also with the default android system. It is likley that it shows the same behavior.

Yea, but where is my motivation to buy a transformer, when you already have done the fun part.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bergfex

You can try step 3 and 4 also with the default android system. It is likley that it shows the same behavior.

Yea, but where is my motivation to buy a transformer, when you already have done the fun part.

i thing makedev is not even running as i dont even see the intro .( make is after intro )
think i have to dd the image to sdcard and that the kernels calls directly to init on root dev
you remember that sdcard is not mounted because of makedev , here its already working i think
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There is already a thread for this...

and have you seen any progress at the thread? cmon the thread title says: coming soon (i assume)
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dd the image to sdcard (or even better to the internal nand sometime in the future) should end up in an better performance anyway.

If the intro doesn't show up there may be a problem with the arguments of mkbootimg.

It was the following if someone else want to give it a try:
./mkbootimg --cmdline 'init=/init rw consoleblank=0 fbcon=rotate:1' --kernel zImage --ramdisk ramdisk-new.gz -o boot-new.img

Maybe you can add a the link to your zImage and to your ramdisk in the first post if someone else want to try/help.
Otherwise the link can be found in the coming soon (i assume) thread.
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