[KERNEL][GSM/CDMA][CM9-BASED] Mjolnir Kernel 7 [DISCONTINUED]
NEW BOOT IMAGE TO COMMEMORATE THE JUMP TO RECOVERY 6!!
Introducing my first foray into the development world: Mjolnir Kernel!
Now before I get too far, let me just say that I am very much a noob still, and I simply followed paxChristos' tutorial on how to build your own kernel from source here.
I now have multiple versions of Mjolnir. You will find below a version for pre-FXP124 and post-FXP124. I know that some of paxChristos' roms are still based on CM9 from before 124, and I didn't want to leave those guys out. You will also see normal and silent versions. For those of you who don't wish to disturb others with your bootsound, I've included you, too. I will always post a version with the bootsound because I like having it.
In addition to multiple versions, I have, regretfully, found it necessary to upload working modules for my newest kernel. I really wanted to make it so that the kernel would take care of it itself, but it's beyond my capabilities to do so. So, in order to have wifi on Mjolnir greater than version 2, you'll need to flash the modules in recovery. To go back to FXP's kernel, you'll need to flash the FXP126 modules in recovery. Again, I'm really sorry I had to do it this way.
Wifi (Flash Mjolnir Modules)
Anything not mentioned in "Not Working."
Many governors have been added
I/O Scheduler sio has been added
Many thanks to paxChristos, DooMLoRD, KeiranFTW, FXP, CyanogenMod, Sony, and anyone else that put anything into the kernel sources that I used. I wouldn't have been able to do this without you! At all!
And now for the downloads!
FXP126 and later
Mjolnir Kernel 7
Mjolnir Kernel 7 Silent
FXP123 and prior
Mjolnir Kernel Silent
To make sure there's a marked difference between versions of Mjolnir, FXP123 and prior will always have a "0" before the version number.
And here's a link to the older kernels, in case you want them, I guess. Remember, you won't need the modules before FXP126. (I've included the Special Edition kernel in there in case anyone actually liked it.)
If you have problems, let me know, I will try my best to figure out how to fix them. No guarantees on actually being able to fix anything, or if this will get updated that often, but thanks for stopping by anyway! I'll definitely try to stay abreast of FXP's kernel changes.
I suppose I could put my source here, that way if anyone wants to build on what I've done (I don't know why you would), they can!