[KERNEL] Kernel (deprimed_test) - Break It If You Can

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  1. prime

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    Well I broke my foot yesterday so I wouldn't say I'm OK, but thanks for the confidence in my work. :)

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    Geez! You have been having a tough go at things
     
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    If you guys only knew the whole story of my life over the past nine months, a broke foot is the least of my concerns...plus it was my fault for getting angry and kicking things. :-\

    In the words of Joe Dirt.."You got to keep on keeping on".
     
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    I can provide more/different kernel/sysctl tweaks if you want any more (I pulled them from liquid rom btw)

    And it would certainly seem fitting to have prime own the nexus prime lol, btw I'm willing to test out anything new you put out, my phone is pretty tolerant of almost any kernels

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    Prime, can you make a script manager file that will run your noop command on boot until a new kernel release?
     
    #1973 DanDroidX, Sep 6, 2011
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    Its really really simple to get this running at boot...use script manager to go to the /etc/init.d folder and make a new script, call it something like 69kernelfix, edit the script and copy/paste the lines to do the fix (make sure to leave the command line script manager automatically puts in at the beginning) and save it and reboot
    If you don't have an init.d folder then just follow the same instructions as above but just put that new script in the /data folder and have script manager run it at boot

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    That was a pro-tip. Mega thanks.
     
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    Not to sound like a noob but when I run the script I get a bunch of lines that say stderr. Does this mean it didn't work?

    Edit: can this be run in terminal? Is there a command I can run to ensure it took?

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    #1976 zachdroid, Sep 6, 2011
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    Where did you obtain that script? As far as the stderr thing, the output is being directed to stderr. I believe if you want to get rid of the stderr message, add this to each line of the script: >/dev/null 2>&1
    So for example: echo "noop" > /sys/block/mtdblock4/queue/scheduler > /dev/null 2>&1

    Stdout is being directed to /dev/null (nowhere) and stderr is being directed to stdout. So hence -- take all the output from this statement and shove it down a big black hole never to be seen again!!!
     
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    Does this get input through terminal or a scripter. Once again Prime you're the man. Thank you

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    Scripter.
     
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