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16th February 2013, 11:10 AM   |  #1  
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Oké guys,

Little suggestion.
Seeing all that boot.img popping up like boot_repacked and it's unclear what it is.

Please use the following format:

kernelxxx-romxxx.img

So it will always be clear what it is and where for.

Also perhaps someone is willing to maintain a all in one repacked kernel thread with all repacked kernels for different roms in one spot?
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If necessary I can provide hosting with a ftp account on whiskey103.nl or androidrevolution.nl

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Oké guys,

Little suggestion.
Seeing all that boot.img popping up like boot_repacked and it's unclear what it is.

Please use the following format:

kernelxxx-romxxx.img

So it will always be clear what it is and where for.

Also perhaps someone is willing to maintain a all in one repacked kernel thread with all repacked kernels for different roms in one spot?
Volunteers?
If necessary I can provide hosting with a ftp account on whiskey103.nl or androidrevolution.nl

Thanks
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well i for one can do that..i wouldn't mind... i got the time on my hands and well i already maintaining threads similar so i do not see the problem...if people want to post the repacked versions here for the rom then all i can do is tidy it up in the first and second post and that way everyone can get it here from this thread...so that way no more repacked versions all over the forums they would be here as you say
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well i for one can do that..i wouldn't mind... i got the time on my hands and well i already maintaining threads similar so i do not see the problem...if people want to post the repacked versions here for the rom then all i can do is tidy it up in the first and second post and that way everyone can get it here from this thread...so that way no more repacked versions all over the forums they would be here as you say

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i am willing to help you with it
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17th February 2013, 09:19 AM   |  #4  
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Re: Repacked kernels naming convention
Oké, so you open a dedicated repacked kernels thread?
I know we have a few for specific ROM and/or kernel.
But not a "one stop shop" collection thread.
I will pm you and talk details.
17th February 2013, 02:50 PM   |  #5  
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Oké, so you open a dedicated repacked kernels thread?
I know we have a few for specific ROM and/or kernel.
But not a "one stop shop" collection thread.
I will pm you and talk details.

I do have one for NCX.

maybe someone could have it for the 2-3 other kenels out there? Like, One kernel per person? Would be much easier to manage IMO

So, NCX for me, XM for ??, ETC?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2137498
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I do have one for NCX.

maybe someone could have it for the 2-3 other kenels out there? Like, One kernel per person? Would be much easier to manage IMO

So, NCX for me, XM for ??, ETC?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2137498

Yes I know you have one for NCX and the collection thread could easily link to that.
But iam aiming at a "all in one" but most importantly I wanted the naming convention though as I see all kind of boot-repacked flying around and it's confusing.
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Yes I know you have one for NCX and the collection thread could easily link to that.
But iam aiming at a "all in one" but most importantly I wanted the naming convention though as I see all kind of boot-repacked flying around and it's confusing.

Will make the thread later on tonight. I will message you later for details just out now

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Yes I know you have one for NCX and the collection thread could easily link to that.
But iam aiming at a "all in one" but most importantly I wanted the naming convention though as I see all kind of boot-repacked flying around and it's confusing.

so what are you saying about naming convention? Just name a thread like this
"All in one Kernel repack collection thread for all JB Sense Roms"

if someone can come up with a better name feel free to mention it..

But like i said..I open the thread. People start posting the repacks in the thread and we just organize the first page of the thread with all the necessary repacks with each individual rom.....Something like this

Renovate Rom:
XM95repacked.img
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and just carry on the same as we go along....look let me open the thread and i know what i am going to do...i organized my own threads in order i can do the same here
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so what are you saying about naming convention? Just name a thread like this
"All in one Kernel repack collection thread for all JB Sense Roms"

if someone can come up with a better name feel free to mention it..

But like i said..I open the thread. People start posting the repacks in the thread and we just organize the first page of the thread with all the necessary repacks with each individual rom.....Something like this

Renovate Rom:
XM95repacked.img
Modules

and just carry on the same as we go along....look let me open the thread and i know what i am going to do...i organized my own threads in order i can do the same here

Something like that yes
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Something like that yes

would it make more sense to place this sticky in the thread where all the custom kernels are?

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