I've got a problem with the camera ... in that I have no camera. If I try to open it I get a box pop up saying "Camera error - Can't connect to the camera".
Coming from Omega V11 (where my camera worked) I did a full wipe (factory reset, wipe cache/dalvik cache and formatted system) and installed the N7100 device file and the inverted gapps package. I reinstalled a bunch of apps with Titanium Backup, and have since rebooted several times and run fix permissions in the recovery (TWRP v184.108.40.206). Still on the stock kernel.
Any thoughts what the problem might be? If need be I guess I can always start again from scratch and see if the camera works as soon as it boots for the first time.
Also - the OP thanks simone201 in the credits for helping quite a bit. As the kernel is a slimbean kernel, does this by any chance mean that the kernel would be modelled on simone201's neak kernel? I'm curious as when the slimbean started compiling their own kernels, on the I9000 they had the source for Stratosk's excellent Semaphore kernel and compiled that. If I remember correctly that is - don't shoot me if I am wrong. I started trying the neak kernel out on Omega v11 only 24 hours ago and it was giving me smoother performance than perseus, which was in turn giving me smoother performance than stock. I'd be happy if neak was the base for the slimbean kernel
See one of the posts above but I would suggest using the Slim_Gapps and not one of the other Gapps, like you suggested you did.
As for the kernel - the OP will have to answer for sure but I pretty sure that the "stock" kernel is not a Neak based kernel. Certainly uNeak app doesn't recognize it as such. I have installed the Neak kernel to allow for some additional volume control - my headset and speaker were to quiet.