If I have the sio.ko file, can we implement SIO in this kernel - LV 1.2? Or I risk to end in a bootloader?
Cheers, and ignore my pm, I've done that thing!
I have tried to make a folder called sio in modules, put the file there, set symlinks in updater-script, but it is not visible when trying to change scheduler from No-Frills.
Tried also to put only the sio-sched.ko file without folder (in modules), set symlinks in updater-script, but then again, it is not visible.
Giving my research on this thing, I found out that you cannot put this into modules (at least not on this kernel), and some scripts are pointing out to "/sys/block/mmc*/queue".
How can we implement this thing? I want to see if there are any difference between SIO and NOOP because on ICS, SIO works better...
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