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[Kernel] 2.6.32.48 - OC-UV-VFP_FP (1.400GHZ) - Gtab/Zpad (Update 11/24/11)

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7th January 2011, 08:41 AM   |  #1  
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[Kernel] 2.6.32.48 - OC-UV-VFP_FP - Gtab/Zpad

-Initial release for Viewsonic’s Gtablet/Malata Zpad

-merge up to nvidia’s 10.9.9
-merge up to Kernel.org’s 2.6.32.48
-add NTFS (w./ write support (proceed with caution if writing!)),AUFS,CIFS,FUSE,TUN,HFSPlus,NFS Client v3/4 (kernel modules; pull the desired module from lib-2632.48.tar.gz and place in to /system/lib/modules/2.6.32.48-cyanogenmod/ and use insmod to insert) and EXT4 (in-built)
-DM_CRYPT/Ciphers/Routines,Cgroups,Namespaces support,Errata’s 430973,458693,460075
-ondemand governor default
-tweak cpufreq_ondemand a bit (use values from vision-2632)
-cortex-a9/vfp cc -O1 optimisations, using CodeSourcery’s 2009q1-203 ARM-EABI toolchain
-pull in a few changes from vision-2632
-use bcm4329, Version 4.218.248-23, FW Version 4.218.248-18
-add MP/PPP/TP/OE and USB Serial,IPV4/6,Netfilter, and Queuing options
-oc to 1.4GHZ; min mv: 900, max mv: 1200
-reduce voltages

-statically compile koush’s anykernel for use with harmony/tegra2, and add an unpackbootimg script


http://droidbasement.com/db-blog/

http://github.com/pershoot/gtab-2632
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7th January 2011, 08:44 AM   |  #2  
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[Kernel] 2.6.32.27 - VFPv3_FP - Gtab


-add ondemand,interactive,userspace cpu governors (ondemand default)
-tweak cpufreq_ondemand a bit (use values from vision-2632)


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http://github.com/pershoot/gtab-2632

so do we have overclocking yet?
7th January 2011, 08:45 AM   |  #3  
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so do we have overclocking yet?

not yet. its on my list (to pick apart dvfs/nvodm and backport AOSP's frequency scaling, etc.).
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Thanks pershoot!

We appreciate all of the hard work you are putting into this!
7th January 2011, 08:57 AM   |  #5  
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not yet. its on my list (to pick apart dvfs/nvodm and backport AOSP's frequency scaling, etc.).

that sounds awesome. good luck with it man. maybe you will get it done by the time mine gets rma'd.
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Nice, thanks pershoot!
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Thanks a lot pershoot! Great work here
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clemsyn - we also now know have a nice template to properly package a kernel in a standalone ZIP updater rather than just reflashing the entire boot partition.
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Well done.
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Pershoot - am running your kernel currently with Vegan Beta 5.1, everything looking good. Just one issue so far - I get error -18 on installing from Market apps that attempt to install to SD (Angry Birds, Uniwar are the two games I install that always do this).

VSC and I identified this as an issue with CONFIG_BLK_DEV and CONFIG_BLK_DEV_LOOP not being enabled in the code Viewsonic shipped (as well as some related crypto stuff that the loop device needs). See my post with the config file changes (patch for Viewsonic 10.8.2 stock kernel) and the thread in general over at: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...77&postcount=5

Not sure if those config options are enabled in your code base, could also be some of the related crypto options though?

I started with a clean install of Vegan Beta 5.1, freshly re-partitioned SD card last night, and flashed your kernel this morning, so there was no user data or anything else sitting around on my internal SD card to muck up my results.

EDIT: I'm browsing your repo right now and looking at your pershoot_tegra_harmony_android_defconfig file. It looks like you have the CONFIG_BLK_DEV and CONFIG_BLK_DEV_LOOP stuff enabled. Maybe it's the CRYPTO_ZLIB_DEFLATE and CONFIG_CRYPTO_DEFLATE settings? Those were in my patch but not enabled on your kernel, not sure if those are needed. Or CONFIG_BLK_DEV_CRYPTOLOOP, though that wasn't enabled on my kernel either, and from what I just read about that setting I don't think that's it. Maybe you'll see something obvious I'm missing here.
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