Kernel sources for build 5.26.0 have been released:
I've pushed some new pre-compiled modules to github, though beware, I haven't had time to test all of them on device yet:
As the kernel sources are not yet available from the Motorola's open source project, here is an outline how I compiled the overclock and cpufreq governor modules. (Btw., the overclock module needed a substantial adaptation, see the source here: http://android.doshaska.net/2.6.32oc )
I'm using the sources from this AOSP repo:
git clone git://android.git.kernel.org/kernel/omap.git git checkout --track -b android-omap-2.6.32 origin/android-omap-2.6.32
[updated on 17.01.2011, thanks go to Skrilax_CZ]
At least the ext2 will work without panics when compiled using this config.
For tun, cifs and nfs there is still some additional config mismatch that prevents the modules to work without null pointer dereference oops.
Also, even when no custom kernel module is used, you can get the kernel panic very easily, try to enable wifi and do:
If you're interested in a more detailed android kernel compilation guide, you can e.g. roughly follow this Droid kernel guide: http://www.droidforums.net/forum/res...wn-kernel.html