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I just successfully built a kernel with my phone over nfs (wifi). I used gcc-armhf or rather to be specific, when it complained I set 'CROSS_COMPILER=/usr/bin/', cleaned, and retried. Everything seems to have went fine, and as expected I have the zImage in arch/arm/boot and the modules are scattered around, but theres a list on stdout I can use to copy them somewhere.

1.) Which kernel object files do I need?

2.) I will look at the device/samsung/d2spr/ file to see where I should put them, but where should I put the ones that may have been created from the config changes and are not listed?

My first couple of trys failed due to the kernel being too large, so I changed some things to modules that I think can wait to load or set up an init script. I also didn't use mkbootimg, I used abootimg, that may have been why, not too sure. I used unmkbootimg and saved the stdout to a file this time and built the kernel on my phone, still, those are some questions I still have.

Edit: Another way to ask this question...

3.) Do I need to replace the 'blobs' that I got from the official CM ROM with the ones I just built?
4.) Do the modules I built contain the proprietary code to run the hardware, or where some (wifi driver for instance) 'filled' in with 'dummy code'?

Note: The zImage built was 3699216 bytes or about 3.6 MB. The zImage I need to replace is "Kernel size 3907440" or roughly 3.9MB, things are looking good, for once!
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