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Default [Kernel][2/03] jac0b.b7.1

Based off Cyanogenmod kernel.
Governors: AggressiveX, InteractiveX, Wheatley, Ktoonservative, Pegasusq, Conservative

I/O Scheduler: SIO I/O scheduler, Deadline tweaked

Other features: Sweep2Wake, increase max readahead buffer, CPU/GPU optimizations, disabled fsync, XZ compression, UV tweaks, GPU OC, Higher FSB, 4.7.3 optimization, Other misc tweaks, MPDecision & Thermal

No need to clear cache also, when you flash it will do it for you.

I have also added voltage control branch & CM-10.1 branch. These builds will be in the VC folder for voltage control and CM-10.1 for CM-10.1 of the download page.


Please let me know if you have any bugs or questions.
If you are posting any errors, please include logcat and kmsg if possible. Also please tell me what ROM you are using.

Thanks to rohan32 for all his help.

Code:
b7.1 - latest CM source
b7 - latest CM source, MPDecision, Thermal, GPU OC, tweaked "UP threshold" on some governors to 98%
b6.2 - merged with latest CM source
b6.1 - GPU OC, CPU1 clock follow CPU0
b6 - UV tweaks, Higher FSB, 4.7 optimization
b5.2 - added Pegasusq governor 
b5.1 - merged with CM source
b5 - added Ktoonservative governor
b4 - added multiple features most importantly sweep2wake
b3 - updated to interactiveX v2 
b2.2.1 - hopefully got a stable kernel
b2.2 - removed voltage control for stability
b2.1 - remove governors causing reboots
b2 - corrected cpu clock stepping
b1 - initial release
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First! Thank you for the kernel. Ill give it a try later on hopefully

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Welcome! Thanks for building this. Downloading now and I'll let you know how it goes. What app do you recommend to set voltages.

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Welcome! Thanks for building this. Downloading now and I'll let you know how it goes. What app do you recommend to set voltages.

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I used system tuner to see how far I could lower my volts then created a script that runs at boot to set the voltages. You could also have system tuner do it for you on boot. I just like to make thing complicated
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oh! I must give this a try. Thanks!!
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First kernel with pegasusq and wheatly! I'll try this with dirtyrom and report back!

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Congrats on getting this baby up Glad you finally fixed all the issues you were encountering.
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Congrats on getting this baby up Glad you finally fixed all the issues you were encountering.
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Thanks rohan, the issue was lulzactive governor causing the reboots after sleep. I am going to try and figure it out the issue because I want to add lulzactive to the governors.
 
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Sweet! Something new to play with!

Does this kernel support sweep2wake and all of the other features of rohan.kernel?
 
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Sweet! Something new to play with!
Does this kernel support sweep2wake and all of the other features of rohan.kernel?
No I only took the voltage and SIO from his kernel.

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