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    Thank you! Guess I can stop working on my guide to compile a complete ROM from source, because I know you're on it next!
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    Does this have a link to the newest source adrynalyne..?
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    First off, my thanks to adrynalyne also for putting this together. I have done this successfully from the guide written by matt graham and sniffle, but when I asked how to change the overclock settings, either they didn't know at the time or wanted to watch me squirm while they knew and I didn't. But, I still have a couple of questions (of course).

    I am just curious if this code:

    Code:
    cd ~/android/kernel/omap
    git checkout -b stable 0dd7e0b
    cd ~/android/kernel/ti
    git checkout -b stable 846ab56
    cd ~/android/kernel/prebuilt
    git checkout -b stable 06b921b
    would still give me a checkout of a pre ESE53+ branch. I would like to create an OC WiFi AND wired tether LV kernel that I can try plugging into my old DroidMod 1.0 ROM. Plus, any hints on how to add a couple of OC slots the right way?

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    also you might want to add that for compiling for 2.0.1

    the 2 occurances in pvrversion.h

    should be 2152 like so
    Code:
    #define PVRVERSION_BUILD 2152
    #define PVRVERSION_STRING "1.5.15.2152"
    and compiling for 2.1 they should be

    Code:
    #define PVRVERSION_BUILD 2592
    #define PVRVERSION_STRING "1.5.15.2592"
    just in case you ran into the problem i had
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    Quote Originally Posted by jamezelle View Post
    also you might want to add that for compiling for 2.0.1

    the 2 occurances in pvrversion.h

    should be 2152 like so
    Code:
    #define PVRVERSION_BUILD 2152
    #define PVRVERSION_STRING "1.5.15.2152"
    and compiling for 2.1 they should be

    Code:
    #define PVRVERSION_BUILD 2592
    #define PVRVERSION_STRING "1.5.15.2592"
    just in case you ran into the problem i had
    Nice info, but suffer my n00bness. Adrenalyn was kind enough to point out in his post #3 the exact path in the source where to find the files to edit for OC, etc., where in the path do I find this file you mention? Also, is this your way to verify (as you did not spell it out) that if I do the 'checkout' commands that I indicated, I would git the kernel version I am wanting?

    TIA
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    Would you mind posting what exactly to do to clock34xx.c??
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    First of all, thank you so much for this guide, and I manage to successfully compile a kernel for my Motorola Droid. The overclock instruction was pretty straight forward, and I manager to overclock to 1 ghz, but I was wondering where or what line in clock34xx.c to edit that allow slot 5 working. Forgive me for asking, since I'm visually impair, it took me so long to find it. Anyway, once again, thank you so much for this guide, and keep up the good work out there.
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    Exec format error

    Hi all,
    I'm trying to build the ext2.ko and unionfs.ko for my Milestone to able to use APP2SD ..
    I followed the instructions to get the omap source and patch the unionfs source into the kernel source then build. It can be built without problem, then I try to put the ext2.ko and unionfs.ko to the phone and try to load them using "insmod", it gives me an error of "Exec format error"

    Do I have change anything in the "make menuconfig" in order to build binary compatible with my Milestone? I already checked that it's ARM system type has set to "TI OMAP" and "OMAP34xx Based System" is selected.

    Is there anything else to pay attention?

    (I'm using stock OTA Milestone 2.1update1 ROM with root access)

    Thanks a lot!!!
    --Patrick
    Last edited by imwwwy; 05-20-2010 at 10:50 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raidzero View Post
    Would you mind posting what exactly to do to clock34xx.c??

    Hey there. I missed this, but basically look for the section that disabled the overdrive and delete the "-1" there.
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    Here it is.

    Change prcm = mpu_opps + MAX_VDD1_OPP -1;

    to
    prcm = mpu_opps + MAX_VDD1_OPP;
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