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[xKERNEL|ICS&JB|27/11] xKernel v9.587-D | another version that not released

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By sirkay, Senior Member on 13th March 2012, 09:53 AM
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14th March 2012, 02:39 AM |#31  
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actually it has 2 version.
- one in /sbin/busybox which link from /sbin/recovery (v1.16.3)
- another one in /system/xbin | /system/bin (v1.19.3)

i noticed that if you run terminal type "busybox" it shows 1.19.3, then after "su" it called /sbin/busybox which is the old version

That's something that's wrong with all the ICS roms. /sbin should not come before /system/(x|)bin in $PATH.

It makes it impossible for su binary and busybox upgrades to fully stick, since different binaries will be called for superuser, and these will be out of date. In fact, whenever you're in superuser mode, most system critical stuff used is actually symlinks to /sbin/recovery - including /sbin/busybox.

Its a very 'SEMC' $PATH that's set in init.rc - /vendor/bin comes before /system as well.

Since you can't upgrade /sbin/busybox easily, the solution is to fix $PATH ... move /vendor and /sbin to after /system, and the issue should be fixed at the root, hopefully without it all blowing up in your face.

P.S. USB mount in recovery works fine here
 
 
14th March 2012, 03:00 AM |#32  
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didnt check. let me check first

EDIT: mine also got error ums lunfile no such file directory

must be drivers missing... Check in nontouch recovery, there just be something missing...


Btw... Did you try to pushing this recovery?
Might work as it says drivers are universal for all deVices...


http://androidcommunity.com/clockwor...load-20120130/
14th March 2012, 03:01 AM |#33  
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P.S. USB mount in recovery works fine here

Same here, can't mount USB when loaded in the ROM.
14th March 2012, 03:55 AM |#34  
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Same here, can't mount USB when loaded in the ROM.

Working fine here (MSC) ADB works too! Some of sirkay's earlier kernels i'd only get adb in recovery.

BTW: unpack/twiddle init.rc/repack/fastboot flash -> system busybox and all that good stuff takes precedence



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# setup the global environment
    export PATH /system/sbin:/system/bin:/system/xbin:/sbin:/vendor/sbin
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14th March 2012, 04:40 AM |#35  
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try type "busybox" in terminal, see what version it called
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must be drivers missing... Check in nontouch recovery, there just be something missing...


Btw... Did you try to pushing this recovery?
Might work as it says drivers are universal for all deVices...


http://androidcommunity.com/clockwor...load-20120130/

i search else where how to fix, they said format sdcard might solve the problem. am to lazy to format my sdcard .. am using other method to transfer files, which is using adb
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14th March 2012, 04:47 AM |#37  
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try type "busybox" in terminal, see what version it called

1.19.3 multi-call for both normal and superuser, /system/bin/busybox
14th March 2012, 04:59 AM |#38  
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Don't know why but since I used the touch based kernel, my phone got freeze for 5 sec regularly. So yesterday I tried to reformat my phone with all stock ics beta source and voila it is smooth again.

Sirkay, are these kernel based on arc kernel or you do manage to place the recovery to Ray original kernel?

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14th March 2012, 05:52 AM |#39  
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kernel - original stock Ray
ramdisk - from Doomlord's Arc Adv ICS stock kernel (not 100% .. i merged with stock ray)
recovery - img from Ray XHY&L GB rom

i compiled all together to let us, ray users experience Touch Edition recovery.
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1.19.3 multi-call for both normal and superuser, /system/bin/busybox

have you try reboot and see if it work to called /system/bin/busybox ?
14th March 2012, 06:06 AM |#41  
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Working fine here (MSC) ADB works too! Some of

Code:
# setup the global environment
    export PATH /system/sbin:/system/bin:/system/xbin:/sbin:/vendor/sbin

Doesn't work for me, all I get is "export: /system/sbin:/system/bin:/system/xbin:/sbin:/vendor/sbin: bad variable name"
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EDIT : Nevermind, found out I was supposed to edit it in the init.rc file.
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