Originally Posted by T.H.E.
+1 on feeling like a hacker when compiling!
so you mean if i use anykernels update.zip i just replace the zimage okay..but in some guides it tells me to put the modules i get after compiling in a certain folder but i dont get the modules that are written in the guides i just get a scsi_waitscan.ko or something like that..is it maybe simpler to split the current boot.img in gsf and just replace zimage?will it work like that?I know your kernel patches are almost everywhere now but hey its time for us to learn too no? that way you guys can just keep updating your github source while we compile and test that way it saves you loads of trouble too!plus that way people will start using the issue tracker properly and stuff..thats what i think the ideal community should be after being active in these forums for a while
and i understand what you mean.. it should be just fun and not demands and ****..thanks for helping out!
Everything is built in to my kernel, there's just one small module that you don't need, so just ignore the modules, they're all built in.
It'll work if you split the current boot.img & replace the zImage, that's what AnyKernel does for you - it does that bit automatically, if you find it simpler to do it manually then good for you, but AnyKernel was made so that you don't have to do that.
I'm currently doing a new kernel, based on Tom G's source, with a few selected patches from mine & burstlam's kernel to try to make it work a little better. I'll be much more conservative about which patches to add & try to only add proven good ones, try to keep it stable & try to get some of the patches into the official Blade CyanogenMod kernel.
I think I messed up the wifi on my kernel a bit & there are quite a lot of patches that could've caused it for no noticeable improvement.