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add own kernel source into rom source

14th September 2013, 12:38 AM |#1  
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ok i want to add my own kernel source into my aokp source, how would i edit the manifest.xml file to stop getting the kernel source form CM's kernel tree, and instead use my source like so: https://github.com/azoller1/android_kernel_asus_grouper

would i have to create a local_manifest?
 
 
25th September 2013, 07:05 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by azoller1

ok i want to add my own kernel source into my aokp source, how would i edit the manifest.xml file to stop getting the kernel source form CM's kernel tree, and instead use my source like so: https://github.com/azoller1/android_kernel_asus_grouper

would i have to create a local_manifest?

You will have to create a local manifest and then remove the project.. And add your own. I don't think this question belongs here. I think you can post either in the Q and As / some help thread or try and check out this thread. Hope this helps.
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i just clone mine manually into kernel/asus/, calling it somn different and edit the device/asus/grouper/BoardConfigCommon.mk to
`...
TARGET_KERNEL_CONFIG := oxydo_defconfig
TARGET_KERNEL_SOURCE := kernel/asus/oxydo
...`

ofc some kernels require different toolchains, but that's a different question

Sent from my Nexus 7
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