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1st June 2014, 06:58 PM   |  #1  
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Will it ever be possible to have a kernel that doesn't have a 1GHz bug or kernel battery drain? Are there perhaps any out there compatible with cm11? If so, please notify me.

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Please post questions in the relevant Q&A section. The development fora are for sharing work you've developed or are currently working on.

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I've come across one a few months back, but its thread got closed because the developer didn't release the kernel sources.

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I've come across one a few months back, but its thread got closed because the developer didn't release the kernel sources.

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Is that the chaco kernel? Is it better than the kernel that Maclaw uses?

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Is that the chaco kernel? Is it better than the kernel that Maclaw uses?

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Yes, and it's based on Maclaw's kernel, so it should at least be as good.

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Yes, and it's based on Maclaw's kernel, so it should at least be as good.

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Okay thank you

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Okay thank you

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You're welcome!

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