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7th March 2011, 11:30 AM |#131  
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Is there an easy way to get CIFS support for this kernel?
 
 
7th March 2011, 02:18 PM |#132  
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Another thing I've noticed is that when it boots, I get a sideways (i.e. landscape) android logo flashing on top of the Sprint and Galaxy S logos

This is caused by added support for boot animations.

The boot animation in the kernel (animated android) is playing along with the stock boot animation (sprint 4g animation).

You can delete the 3 files files of the stock animation, which will just leave the Android animation, or you can install a custom boot animation update, that removes the stock one, and installs a custom one.
7th March 2011, 03:29 PM |#133  
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Would these 3 files be the boot* files under /system/media?
7th March 2011, 07:29 PM |#134  
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Would these 3 files be the boot* files under /system/media?

bootsamsung.qml, bootsamsungloop.qml, bootani.qmg.
7th March 2011, 07:33 PM |#135  
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bootsamsung.qml, bootsamsungloop.qml, bootani.qmg.

While running this kernel, I was able to simply replace bootanimation.zip with one of my choosing, and all works well.


Hehe, the ACS boot animation reminded me of one of the old-school D.A.R.E. logos =]
7th March 2011, 10:10 PM |#136  
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I thought what I'd do was, I'd pretend I was one of those deaf-mutes...

I love it Ghost In The Shell Best Show ever... i know its off topic but had to say...
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7th March 2011, 10:37 PM |#137  
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Is there an easy way to get CIFS support for this kernel?

this is untested but you can try this cifs module by "insmod cifs.ko" in terminal emulator or an adb shell

download: cifs.ko

the module is compiled from EB13 source with debug headers disabled (or else it would be 2.3MB instead of 320KB)

i'm not sure if there are some other things needed for cifs support but if it works for you then i'm sure k0name or some one can help you make an init.d script to insert the module on boot

if you try it and it doesn't work then let me know and we will get it working for you
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7th March 2011, 10:59 PM |#138  
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We're actively hunting this issue down now.
If you aren't desperate for an overclock, this interim kernel has been reported to resolve the issue. If you try it, please confirm or deny for me via PM. Thanks.

This made the hardware keyboard unusable, very slow and laggy

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8th March 2011, 12:20 AM |#139  
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Just an FYI: When clocked at 1.2ghz, the camcorder will record and then error out at somewhere between 20 seconds, and 4 minutes. If you want to do some recording, change it back down to 1ghz, and you can do a full 45 minutes.
8th March 2011, 12:35 AM |#140  
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Just an FYI: When clocked at 1.2ghz, the camcorder will record and then error out at somewhere between 20 seconds, and 4 minutes. If you want to do some recording, change it back down to 1ghz, and you can do a full 45 minutes.

It does this to me on the stock eb13/kernel, and also with this kernel at 1gHz.
8th March 2011, 04:04 AM |#141  
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can i use this on DI18?
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