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[FIX] [DRIVER] Kernel Module Pack V4

21st January 2012, 09:57 AM |#11  
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Did you explicitly use the NDK to cross-compile? Or did the package from Asus just work?

Oh, and I didn't cross compile... I compiled natively on the Prime in a chrooted Ubuntu.
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Oh, and I didn't cross compile... I compiled natively on the Prime in a chrooted Ubuntu.

Since Asus had only release .7 kernel version, I assume this would not be with source from latest ota.

I plan to try it on .11ota. Have anyone successfully use it on latest ota?

Thanks.

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21st January 2012, 06:19 PM |#13  
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Oh, and I didn't cross compile... I compiled natively on the Prime in a chrooted Ubuntu.

Oh, cool. I didn't even think to try that.
21st January 2012, 07:53 PM |#14  
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Oh, cool. I didn't even think to try that.

Yeah, you can "make modules_install; depmod -a" and afterwards you can "modprobe" any modules without thinking about the dependencies :)
21st January 2012, 08:00 PM |#15  
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Since Asus had only release .7 kernel version, I assume this would not be with source from latest ota.

I plan to try it on .11ota. Have anyone successfully use it on latest ota?

Thanks.

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Well, it's kernel version 2.6.39.4 in all ICS Prime version so far.
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Well, it's kernel version 2.6.39.4 in all ICS Prime version so far.

Yea the kernel is the same and the modules work fine for me on .11
27th January 2012, 08:30 PM |#17  
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This might not be the correct place for this and if so I apologize.

Is this thread about finding/compiling drivers for things so that they will work when plugged into the usb port on the keyboard dock? If so how would I go about making this usb headset work?

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/d...odinfoCategory

Again I am sorry if I have totally misunderstood the point of this thread. Thanks!
27th January 2012, 09:17 PM |#18  
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version 4 now with:
cfq-iosched.ko
deadline-iosched.ko
27th January 2012, 09:59 PM |#19  
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Fix for hangs/stalls/lags, because of background disk I/O
Code:
su 
cd /data/local/modules
insmod cfq-iosched.ko
echo cfq >/sys/block/mmcblk0/queue/scheduler
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28th January 2012, 09:40 AM |#20  
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Originally Posted by Nico^APEX

This might not be the correct place for this and if so I apologize.

Is this thread about finding/compiling drivers for things so that they will work when plugged into the usb port on the keyboard dock? If so how would I go about making this usb headset work?

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/d...odinfoCategory

Again I am sorry if I have totally misunderstood the point of this thread. Thanks!

Ok, boot your PC/Laptop from a Linux Live CD or a locally installed Linux. Log in, start a terminal, plug in the headset and show me the output of:

# dmesg | tail -20
# lsusb
# lsmod
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