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Jhinta Kernel for Lilstevie Ubuntu

30th August 2012, 04:44 PM |#511  
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Hi,
has got someone last kernel for SBKv2?

E: I'm working on it

Sorry - been out of town and only catching up XDA now.
Attached is my kernel compile of latest Jhinta kernel (overclock fixed but USB hotplug not fixed yet). It is for mountloop boot with the image living under /sdcard/ubuntu.img under Android. I attach the kernelblob and the modules (extract to /lib/modules on your linux rootfs).

If you have different setup, extract the kernelblob using the blob tools, and modify the command line to suit your needs. The same initrd should work for straight boot off a partition or for loop mount, you only need to change the command line "boot" and "loop" arguments accordingly.

This works for me, using it all the time (on a SBKv2 device - actually TF101G which is not SBKv2 but yet some other SBK). Very happy except for USB hotplug which is the only thing that doesn't work (USB has to be plugged in from boot to be recognized).
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File Type: gz modules-3.1.10-4.tar.gz - [Click for QR Code] (1.32 MB, 40 views)
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30th August 2012, 09:44 PM |#512  
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Sorry - been out of town and only catching up XDA now.
Attached is my kernel compile of latest Jhinta kernel (overclock fixed but USB hotplug not fixed yet). It is for mountloop boot with the image living under /sdcard/ubuntu.img under Android. I attach the kernelblob and the modules (extract to /lib/modules on your linux rootfs).

If you have different setup, extract the kernelblob using the blob tools, and modify the command line to suit your needs. The same initrd should work for straight boot off a partition or for loop mount, you only need to change the command line "boot" and "loop" arguments accordingly.

This works for me, using it all the time (on a SBKv2 device - actually TF101G which is not SBKv2 but yet some other SBK). Very happy except for USB hotplug which is the only thing that doesn't work (USB has to be plugged in from boot to be recognized).

Hmmm little mega noob question how to use this img ? Remove .img extension, rename it and place it in zip ? Or it's another thing to deal with ?
30th August 2012, 10:37 PM |#513  
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Thank you!

Kingzak34:
Yes, replace.

I did flashable package with flash kernel for Ubuntu and add new modules to Ubuntu image(sdcard/ubuntu.img).
Tested on last Rogue XM Touch Recovery.

Kernel with modules: http://www.mediafire.com/?s819bllktz5w3u0
Only kernel: http://www.mediafire.com/?941itkcr3yj5nmn
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30th August 2012, 10:39 PM |#514  
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Thank you!

Kingzak34:
Yes, replace.

I did flashable package with flash kernel for Ubuntu and add new modules to Ubuntu image(sdcard/ubuntu.img).
Tested on last Rogue XM Touch Recovery.

Kernel with modules: http://www.mediafire.com/?s819bllktz5w3u0
Only kernel: http://www.mediafire.com/?21g8916b8bc0rvo

Mkaaaay, thanks a lot !
31st August 2012, 12:09 AM |#515  
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Nope, it doesnt work when I apply Ubuntu get me on terminal asking my ID.
1st September 2012, 01:44 AM |#516  
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Sorry - been out of town and only catching up XDA now.
Attached is my kernel compile of latest Jhinta kernel (overclock fixed but USB hotplug not fixed yet). It is for mountloop boot with the image living under /sdcard/ubuntu.img under Android. I attach the kernelblob and the modules (extract to /lib/modules on your linux rootfs).

If you have different setup, extract the kernelblob using the blob tools, and modify the command line to suit your needs. The same initrd should work for straight boot off a partition or for loop mount, you only need to change the command line "boot" and "loop" arguments accordingly.

This works for me, using it all the time (on a SBKv2 device - actually TF101G which is not SBKv2 but yet some other SBK). Very happy except for USB hotplug which is the only thing that doesn't work (USB has to be plugged in from boot to be recognized).

and where to find oc patch?

extracting zimage and use it on normal way (flash it with nvflash and an other initrd) don't work (can't mount anything)
1st September 2012, 10:16 AM |#517  
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and where to find oc patch?

extracting zimage and use it on normal way (flash it with nvflash and an other initrd) don't work (can't mount anything)

Jhinta's kernel sources are on github:
https://github.com/Jhinta/TF101-GNU-kernel

Did you extract my modules onto your rootfs as well? You need those modules, your own won't work.
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Jhinta's kernel sources are on github:
https://github.com/Jhinta/TF101-GNU-kernel

Did you extract my modules onto your rootfs as well? You need those modules, your own won't work.

Yeah but where to find that patch or how to patch sources?

Of course i've done.
3rd September 2012, 08:42 AM |#519  
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Yeah but where to find that patch or how to patch sources?

Of course i've done.

Just clone his github repo if you have not already done so.

If you have a cloned copy of his github repo you can pull in the latest changes with
$ git pull
(do this in the base folder of your local source)
This will update you local copy with his latest changes. Then recompile the source. If you are not sure, look at some git tutorials on the web.
3rd September 2012, 03:58 PM |#520  
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Just clone his github repo if you have not already done so.

If you have a cloned copy of his github repo you can pull in the latest changes with
$ git pull
(do this in the base folder of your local source)
This will update you local copy with his latest changes. Then recompile the source. If you are not sure, look at some git tutorials on the web.

Done that but no OverClock
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