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[Kernel] [Stock] [OC] nims kernel [update 15/8/12]

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By nims11, Recognized Developer on 10th August 2012, 02:34 PM
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Kernel for stock roms

Features

Overclock
UV

15 Governers
smartassV2
interactive
InterectivX
conservative
ondemand
userspace
powersave
performance
braziliawax
scary
lazy
savageszen
lagfree
minmax
Lionheart

I/O Schedulers
noop
deadline
cfq
vr
sio

XZ compression

Good battery life

very smooth and some other changes

More feachers will add soon



Download
http://www.mediafire.com/?1w6uwvk158t1a6u

For oc and changing governer and for changing I/O schedulers use noFrill app attached at end of post

BUGS
bootanimation not showing (was working with stocklight so I thought its fixed)


Credits

ketut.kumajaya
madman
an0nym0us_
skynet28
dragonn
LibiSC
and some other awesome people


SOURCES
https://github.com/nims11xda/cooper_stock_kernel
Attached Files
File Type: apk noFrillsCPU.apk - [Click for QR Code] (781.2 KB, 1234 views)
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10th August 2012, 02:34 PM |#2  
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Changelog 15-8-2012
15 Governers
Added more I/O schedulers
XZ compression
reduced size of zimage
some other changes I not remember



Changelog 12/8/2012
Fix bootanimation ( work with stock light rom)
additional ram 1-2mb :P (now 280mb total ram because in past it was around 278mb , not too big jump but its good than nothing
tune dirty background ratio and vm dirty ratio
fix some kernel memory leak
few changes for uv
and some minor changes for future

Changelog 11/8/2012
added more frequency range
better battery drive ( thanks to dragonn and LibiSC)
uv module
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10th August 2012, 02:42 PM |#3  
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thanks nims! Btw it's Features
10th August 2012, 02:55 PM |#4  
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Nims finally makes his own kernel! NICE!
10th August 2012, 03:03 PM |#5  
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Awesome!

Nimms got a kernal

Gotta try it
10th August 2012, 04:21 PM |#6  
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Anyone tried it? I am using CF-Root-S5830-v3.7-b84 on The Myth 2, any difference?

EDIT: TESTING!

EDIT 2: No bootanimation, so far stable and fast on Myth 2.
10th August 2012, 04:28 PM |#7  
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BLN?

Sent from my GT-S5830 using xda premium
10th August 2012, 04:38 PM |#8  
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No boot animation in xperiatized v12

sorry 4 my bad english
10th August 2012, 04:59 PM |#9  
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I think you've missed something.

Quote:
Originally Posted by eagleeyetom

Rule No.1 - If you are about to post a new Kernel you need to be in compliance to GPL2 since kernel does contain Linux code, this mean that if you have modified a kernel you MUST provide source code:

(choose what best for you)

- A github link
- packing your kernel and uploading
- a diff .patch files
- Credits to people in case of an already custom kernel
- Sources must be posted in first post of development.

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Originally Posted by pulser_g2

The GPL is a software license agreement, under which parts of the Android operating system are licensed. The majority of Android is licensed under the Apache license, but the Linux Kernel (which is present in every running Android ROM in some shape or form) is licensed under the GPL (version 2).

Many of the amazing developers at XDA create custom kernels, which feature many improvements and changes over the “stock” kernels released by OEMs, including performance and stability tweaks. This is exactly what the GPL is designed to protect, by ensuring that anyone can get access to the original source code used to build the kernel. Given a suitably configured computer, it should be possible for anyone to reproduce a released kernel using the provided source code.

Recently it has come to our attention that a number of users have been neglecting to follow XDA’s GPL regulations, which amount to posting the sources for any kernel you build from source to share with others.

As a result, we would like to clarify our position on the GPL, and users’ obligations to this effect. By posting your work on XDA-Developers, you are agreeing that it complies with relevant licensing conditions. As such, by posting a kernel or other work containing GPL code, you are confirming to us that you have made this source code available publicly under the GPL, and should highlight this in your thread with a link. (Plenty of respected and trusted sites will host the code for you free of charge, such as GitHub and BitBucket.)

By posting open sourced work on XDA, you are also ensuring that your available sources are up-to-date with the work you have released. This means that if you update your kernel to add a new feature, for example, your sources should be updated to include this change. If they are not, this means you are not complying with the GPL.

There is no provision in the GPL to withhold access to sources based on time or other conditions, so please don’t attempt this, as it will only earn yourself a formal GPL request. If you do not provide the correct, accurate, and up-to-date sources (and keep them up-to-date), you will be non-compliant with the GPL.

In order to be fully GPL compliant, your sources must:
Successfully build and produce a valid output file, which is the same format as provided in the binary
Contain all source code, interface definition files, scripts used to control compilation and installation of the executable (it is not required to include the actual compiler/toolchain, but sufficient information should be made available to obtain the SAME configuration, including compiler flags, as used to build the binary version as released)
The GPL is a legally enforceable license agreement, and while it offers users freedoms to copy and redistribute code, that permission is conditional upon all changes which are released being made publicly available. If you require further advice on this matter, we suggest you review the license itself or consult a lawyer.

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Quote:
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No boot animation in xperiatized v12

sorry 4 my bad english

yes I not noticed that
will fix that
10th August 2012, 05:10 PM |#11  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CallMeLewis

I think you've missed something.

may be
But you also missed
there is written choose what best for you
give credit to people incase of already custom kernel
and I did same and when I add some thing new that I not pached from others github will give sources as now not any that stuff that you like to fork from mine

but will add new stuff soon so will give as patch because i can not upload whole source tree and even samsung already uploaded that
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