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[KERNEL][ICS] Tiamat AOSP Kernel 3.0.5 (Updated 2012/2/9)

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11th February 2012, 01:48 AM |#21  
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What about Video4Linux Support or hopefully integrated UVC Support for these Kernel ?

Would be great if these often requested feature would be implemented !!

Here's the problem. Even if we built the drivers, how would the front end be managed? You would need EXTENSIVE framework to be able to utilise the video stream.
 
 
11th February 2012, 06:09 AM |#22  
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Ok. Just so I'm clear here. It looks like this is a driver for an external usb imaging device, like a webcam. I can take a look at it, but why?

I have a USB microscope that I would like to be able to use with my tablet.
11th February 2012, 08:15 AM |#23  
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This driver is not playing nice with .39 kernel. Are you sure some of the other drivers won't work? Also, I'd consider spending a few bucks and upgrading your adapter. This chipset is ancient. It maxes out at 1Mbps

Ohh jjajjajajajaja

It's a Dongle very very cheap from china!!!!!!! I buy another one....... With other chipset
Thanks anyway and thx for your great job

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11th February 2012, 10:53 AM |#24  
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Here's the problem. Even if we built the drivers, how would the front end be managed? You would need EXTENSIVE framework to be able to utilise the video stream.

You could use external video input devices like : dvb-s/t/c sticks ... webcams .. converter sticks ... and much more.

Here you could see some interesting projects: http://sven.killig.de/android/N1/2.2/usb_host/

you could use mplayer, vplayer, self programmed apps, you have only to open "/dev/video0" for direct playing !!
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You could use external video input devices like : dvb-s/t/c sticks ... webcams .. converter sticks ... and much more.

Here you could see some interesting projects: http://sven.killig.de/android/N1/2.2/usb_host/

you could use mplayer, vplayer, self programmed apps, you have only to open "/dev/video0" for direct playing !!

Very interesting indeed. So in theory, I could attach a spycam to my shoe, feed it to my xoom, stand in line at the Food 4 Less and... anyway, I think I get it now
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the angle of the cam on the shoe is impor-tant
12th February 2012, 12:31 AM |#27  
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awesome !

thanks for the github repo to do pulls
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Very interesting indeed. So in theory, I could attach a spycam to my shoe, feed it to my xoom, stand in line at the Food 4 Less and... anyway, I think I get it now

Yep, nice idea ... =) ... i think the idea to use external video input like webcam would be nice with the xoom because its very mobile !!

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awesome !

thanks for the github repo to do pulls

do you have now the insert initramfs if you compile kernel ?

could you please provide some infos about these ?
12th February 2012, 03:14 PM |#29  
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You could use external video input devices like : dvb-s/t/c sticks ... webcams .. converter sticks ... and much more.

Here you could see some interesting projects: http://sven.killig.de/android/N1/2.2/usb_host/

you could use mplayer, vplayer, self programmed apps, you have only to open "/dev/video0" for direct playing !!

Ok it looks like I got a video stream to video0 using PlayStation Eye drivers. But can't figure out how to access stream using vplayer. Dude get me a stream and ill start cranking out drivers.
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Yep, nice idea ... =) ... i think the idea to use external video input like webcam would be nice with the xoom because its very mobile !!



do you have now the insert initramfs if you compile kernel ?

could you please provide some infos about these ?

yes,

take a look in my kernel repo (I'm using Team Rogue's / koush's way)

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12th February 2012, 06:17 PM |#31  
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Can I install NotAndBuntu with this kernel? BTW very good work, it's very impressive on my MZ605 Xoom with TeamEOS everest build

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