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[KERNEL][NEW][4/03] XENON Kernel v1.1 [1.5ghz][Voltage Scaling][ath6kl][Partitions]

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Can you add gpu oc in next build please

That's definitely high on the new features list. I hope to have another release out soon with bug fixes and probably this if I can figure out how to do it.
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This is really nice but I'm wondering what all of this filesystem support will do? Don't get me wrong, any work on the TP is good work, I'm just wondering the utility of having "Amiga Partition Support" when the Amiga is 20-30 years old haha?
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Hmmm, I had issues with the nightly build WiFi. Using this kernel fixed that. I haven't been disconnected at all. It did seem to want to connect to my neighbor's WiFi at one point. I've never connected to it before or saved the settings, but during the ICS setup, it kept repeating "Obtaining IP address" until I tapped it and hit Forget, then connected to mine. Everything has been fine since then.

It seems some devices suit best with the old driver,and some are best with the new one,for me the new driver is killing my wifi

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This is really nice but I'm wondering what all of this filesystem support will do? Don't get me wrong, any work on the TP is good work, I'm just wondering the utility of having "Amiga Partition Support" when the Amiga is 20-30 years old haha?

I dont know I decided to just throw it in there haha. I'll probably remove support for some of them that are crazy.

Are any of you guys having any bugs? For myself personally I'm actually getting a lot of SODs and battery drain. Are you guys experiencing the same thing or is it just my funky Touchpad?
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Not really any out of the ordinary battery drain with new kernel vs stock. I has noticed using a screen off profile and setting it to power save with 384 or 432 values that the TP has issues waking back up. So I just use interactive at 384 min and that works just fine.

Edit: I have no screen off profiles enabled. Interactive is set as main.
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New release v1.1 with bug fixes now! Just download and install the new CWM file.

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*Removed the support for the following partitions:
-Amiga Partitions
-Atari Partitions
*Bumped CPU Minimum up to 384mhz to combat against SOD issues
*Battery drain should now be significantly lower than before
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Doesn't work on my TP
Followed instructions from OP.

After reboot, my TP showed "XEON" as one of the boot option. I selected that. My TP displays "Wrong file size" and did not boot.

Not sure what happened.
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Followed instructions from OP.

After reboot, my TP showed "XEON" as one of the boot option. I selected that. My TP displays "Wrong file size" and did not boot.

Not sure what happened.

Your /boot partition is too full
What other kernels do you have installed?
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Even setting 384 as minimum I still receive SOD with 1.0. I'll try 1.1 and see if things improve.
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Even setting 384 as minimum I still receive SOD with 1.0. I'll try 1.1 and see if things improve.

Yeah try out 1.1
I was getting SODs on 1.0 and the SODs were everywhere. 1.1 fixed this for me.
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