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Discussion in 'Koush' started by Hiroshika, Nov 1, 2010.
Yea to bad they don't have IPv6
I just checked my download date for the P3 kernels I'm using, it was 8/4. They must've been updated since, I just flashed one and there's no Interactive. I've always felt that I have the best performance with P3 kernels, so I was pretty pumped to find this out :icon_ banana: And I gotta check for updates more often!
I think only certain voltages and speed ratings got updated, for some reason. Like the 250-1250 LV didn't but the SV 125-1100 did. Know what I'm saying?
TIP! In your Terminal Manager type "su" hit enter, then type "compcache start" enter! This is the only way to know for sure compcache is working in cyanogen! Simply checking the box under performance setting's will not work.
There's also a userinit20 hack that makes compcache persistent.
I think you're exactly right. All of the old 150lv minimum kernels that I have from 8/4 do not have Interactive. But the 250 mins I downloaded yesterday do. Thanks for the heads up!
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I haven't cared much about this compcache stuff, cause this setup works like a pam anderson late 90's dream. Just sharing my setup for you guys to try and maybe someone else's phone can share the joy!
That sounds real good... Where can I download this kernel you speak of Does this kernel support IPv6?
so whats the general consensus on which is the best kernal to use?
What's this kernal you speak of? So far the only grand-slam compcache kernel is the SlayHer 1.6 kernel, but P3Droid kernels work for almost everything else. Some phones get along with ChevyNo1's kernels, but...
I think you see where this is going.
If you're not overclocking, stick with stock.
Latest Chevy kernels 11-5-2010 work on CM 6.1 RC3!
No compcache support, but really you don't want compcrap anyways :icon_twisted:
For me the P3 is the best so far. Interactive Gov and Compcache and MUCH cooler temps/better battery life than Slayher.