Licence: The Linux kernel is licenced under the GNU General Public Licence v2. What this means is that if you want to develop a custom kernel using mine (or anyone else's for that matter) as your base then you are free to do so without asking for my permission. That is the nature of the Linux kernel so go nuts.
@Andmoreagain I am adding governors to your kernel but I am getting a weird error: http://pastebin.com/JBZnSNH9 . Here is my source https://github.com/Project-lt03wifi/kernel_lt03wifi_orbiter . These are the same governors I used in LP.
Yeah this has to do with some of the scheduler updates. The sched/rt code has been moved around and it now has its own header. MAX_RT_PRIO is now declared in include/linux/sched/rt.h instead of include/linux/sched.h. Add the following line to the file that's giving you the error and it should solve the issue:
Edit: Saw you already fixed this in your source. Let me know if the issue persists and I'll try to look into it further
Don't know about the display, sorry. I currently assume most of the display issues are caused by flaws in the CM code itself or the android device tree for our device. I at least haven't done any modifications to the display drivers in the kernel.
This is the toolchain I'm using: http://www.mediafire.com/?9h19841nsm44z58
Edit: Also, a small tip. If you run into compiling errors such as "undeclared identifier" errors you can refer to http://lxr.free-electrons.com to search where things may be located in linux versions above 3.4. This is useful for kernels with lots of backports such as mine where things may have been moved or renamed.
Anyway, back on topic: @Andmoreagain: Are you still working on 8 core support? Especially now that you've got the switcher and power management to work? Or there are more pressing issues currently? I think there are boards (like ODROID-XU2) running Exynos 5420 with fully functioning core migration...
Before you go into Bug Mode I would like to chime-in & advise that I once removed the s-pen just to see what it looked like, stuck it back in & never touched it since. Recently I began using a standard type rubber tipped stylus for basically checking little boxes and keyboard accuracy & have never had an issue what-so-ever, of coarse i have absolutly no artistic talent when it comes to drawing so this maybe of no importance to the issue.
IMHO your work on the Valex kernel is outstanding :good::good::good: and its compatability with Temasek is most excellent (excluding the drawing issue which i too would believe falls more on a Samsung driver issue than your kernel). Hopfully you will squash the s-pen bug quickly & be able to concentrate on the Linux/kernel mods.
Good luck in bugland, thanks for your awesome kernel work & where is your "Donate" link? (you will surely need beverages while hunting)