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9th April 2013, 08:19 PM |#11  
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I take it this a the same one as we already have? (crappy demo with no gsm)

For now yes, but hopefully officiallysonyrebel can make the kernel patches in one or two days available, so I can rebuild all images to make the daily builds of ubuntu booting, which have a lot of improvements.
 
 
9th April 2013, 08:32 PM |#12  
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Kernel patches related to what? I can help out. And I remember officiallysontrebel saying that he doesnt know much about kernels on the ray thread that was removed.
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9th April 2013, 08:50 PM |#13  
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Kernel patches related to what? I can help out. And I remember officiallysontrebel saying that he doesnt know much about kernels on the ray thread that was removed.

The daily images of ubuntu aren't booting and officiallysonyrebel said that this is related to some kernel patches that have to be made, you can PM him and ask if you can help him with patching, so we can make the daily images also booting, which have a lot improvements in stability and usability.
9th April 2013, 09:03 PM |#14  
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The daily images of ubuntu aren't booting and officiallysonyrebel said that this is related to some kernel patches that have to be made, you can PM him and ask if you can help him with patching, so we can make the daily images also booting, which have a lot improvements in stability and usability.

thats strange.... It cant be kernel related, if you had added the new configs to the source code. It could be with the lastest CM10.1 changes for the 2011 devices. Take a look at http://github.com/cm42semc , here you will find the latest commits. I say this because if there was a problem with the Ubuntu Images, i.e something new needed to be added to get the build to boot, then it wouldn't boot on my n7100 either (as i made the same changes as prescribed on the guide). Either way its just a hunch. Give it a go.
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9th April 2013, 09:26 PM |#15  
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With kernel patches, can performance be addressed?
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thats strange.... It cant be kernel related, if you had added the new configs to the source code. It could be with the lastest CM10.1 changes for the 2011 devices. Take a look at http://github.com/cm42semc , here you will find the latest commits. I say this because if there was a problem with the Ubuntu Images, i.e something new needed to be added to get the build to boot, then it wouldn't boot on my n7100 either (as i made the same changes as prescribed on the guide). Either way its just a hunch. Give it a go.

I'm already using these sources and the daily images only get a black screen. A lot of other people report the same issue for their devices (not Xperia), too. You can have a lock at my changes on https://github.com/DanWin and maybe you find the mistake I made, if I made any.
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With kernel patches, can performance be addressed?

Maybe, but the daily builds of ubuntu have a lot better performance and stability than the mwc-demo image, which is currently the only booting version.
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I'm already using these sources and the daily images only get a black screen. A lot of other people report the same issue for their devices (not Xperia), too. You can have a lock at my changes on https://github.com/DanWin and maybe you find the mistake I made, if I made any.

Yes, others did have a blackscreen, even the n7100 users did. But some, including myself got it to boot.
This is what I did:
1. Wipe system / data / dalvik
2. install device part
3. install ubuntu image

NOTE: You made a new partition on the sdcard where ubuntu was to be installed. I recommend you to WIpe your sdcard, create a new partition and try again. Also try with try flashing with a different recovery / kernel then flashing the ubuntu kenrel in the end. Sometimes recoveries mess up.
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Thx for the job but i had some problemes with the ARc S when i flash the Ubuntu systeme it's abortes whith the statu 0 what i have to do ?
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Thx for the job but i had some problemes with the ARc S when i flash the Ubuntu systeme it's abortes whith the statu 0 what i have to do ?

Normally status 0 means success, can you go in CWM to advanced -> show log and enter the output of this here, maybe I can help you.
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can this be flashed like a normal rom? or does it run along side with the main rom?
why do i need to make an EXT partition, cant i flash it regulary?
what is the best kernel for this?
do you intend to update this rom?
thanks!
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