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Hi guys!

This is a Kernel Kitchen based on Dsixda's android kitchen. I only add functions to compress/decompress in lzma

FULLY TESTED AND WORKING!

Features:
Code:
- COMPATIBLE WITH LINUX AND CYGWIN
- Wiew boot.img details
- Compress/decompress in Gzip and Lzma
- Make Nand Boot folder
- Change command line in boot.img
- Extract ramdisk from boot.img or recovery.img in any folder
- Restart kitchen for refresh options
Downloads:
https://github.com/Lopicl/linux_kernelkitchen/releases

Sources:
https://github.com/Lopicl/linux_kernelkitchen

How to use:
1. Download latest version
2. Extract zip where you want
3. On ubuntu should ask for run in terminal when you double click menu. If not, type on terminal: cd to kitchen directory and "./menu"
4. At first boot will be created WORKING_BOOTIMG directory, insert in it your boot.img and type "k" on the kitchen.
5. Now the kitchen is set up!

Thanks:
- BIG THANKS TO DSIXDA
- Me for adapting some scripts to use only kernel part and add lzma.
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3rd August 2013, 07:08 PM |#2  
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Hi guys!

This is a Kernel Kitchen based on Dsixda's android kitchen. I only add functions to compress/decompress in lzma

FULLY TESTED AND WORKING!

Features:

Code:
- COMPATIBLE ONLY WITH LINUX (not tested with Cygwin yet)
- Wiew boot.img details
- Compress/decompress in Gzip and Lzma
- Make Nand Boot folder
- Change command line in boot.img
- Extract ramdisk from boot.img or recovery.img in any folder
- Restart kitchen for refresh options
Downloads:
https://github.com/Lopicl/linux_kernelkitchen/releases

Sources:
https://github.com/Lopicl/linux_kernelkitchen

How to use:
1. Download latest version
2. Extract zip where you want
3. On ubuntu should ask for run in terminal when you double click menu. If not, type on terminal: cd to kitchen directory and "./menu"
4. At first boot will be created WORKING_BOOTIMG directory, insert in it your boot.img and type "k" on the kitchen.
5. Now your kitchen is set up!

Thanks:
- BIG THANKS TO DSIXDA
- Me for adapting some scripts to use only kernel part and add lzma.

Awesome man! thanks!

good work!

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Working in Cygwin!

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3rd August 2013, 09:03 PM |#3  
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Awesome man! thanks!

good work!

Thanks for report!
But please hit thanks button.

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But please hit thanks button.

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thanx man .. working great with gs3 mini.... i was wondering if u could help me with one thing..

i just want to add some govornors and schedulers to my stock boot.img
but after extracting all i got is zimage and ramdisk folder.... i have looked into ramdisk folder and have found nothing in where i can add govornors and schedulers... couldnt find a way to extract the zimage though..

can u please tell me how to add govornors and schedulers?? and in where i should start the editing???
or can i even add schedulers and govornors to a extracted boot.img???
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thanx man .. working great with gs3 mini.... i was wondering if u could help me with one thing..

i just want to add some govornors and schedulers to my stock boot.img
but after extracting all i got is zimage and ramdisk folder.... i have looked into ramdisk folder and have found nothing in where i can add govornors and schedulers... couldnt find a way to extract the zimage though..

can u please tell me how to add govornors and schedulers?? and in where i should start the editing???
or can i even add schedulers and govornors to a extracted boot.img???

Hahaha, for do that you need the kernel source and compile a new zImage. You can download your phone source at opensource.samsung.com

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No one is interested?

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No one is interested?

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What benefits do you see using this,if you dont mind me asking.

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What benefits do you see using this,if you dont mind me asking.

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You can compress/decompress the ramdisk in lzma, it gives more speed and better compression ratio than gzip.
Also you have not to download all the dsixda kitchen for use it only for kernels. You just download this. Oh and this kitchen will be also updated if there is any bug or new functions requests, dsixda wont as he left android development...

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You can compress/decompress the ramdisk in lzma, it gives more speed and better compression ratio than gzip.
Also you have not to download all the dsixda kitchen for use it only for kernels. You just download this. Oh and this kitchen will be also updated if there is any bug or new functions requests, dsixda wont as he left android development...



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Ah I see. Well thank you, I'll definently give this a try, I'll probably need to sort out problems because my device is jfltevzw and we have to loki


Edit

Hmm unless I don't Loki until after.

Still new at this. Lol

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14th September 2013, 04:43 PM |#10  
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Up. This kichen is useful, folks!

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Up. This kichen is useful, folks!

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Does this program require Java? It gives me a error saying the program java is not found.If yes,JRE is enough or do I need JDK.

Thanks in advance.

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