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

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    Hello I'm a first time user of deprimed, using Motorola Droid. I've got it up and running now @ 1000mhz and 56vsel using Milestone Overclock and instructions in post 2. The instructions refer to an "overclock" script in "/system/bin" that apparently isn't included in this kernel anymore. I found a folder in "/proc/overclock" but those settings get rewritten on reboot, also get rewritten on using the primed command in terminal. Any suggestions or tips/better instructions to setting up a custom Frequency Table?
     
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    your back!!!
     
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    Prime, what devices do you have now a days?
     
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    Dude, what the hell happened to this site. It used to be cool, now its a bunch of censoring, post removing admins who seem to have gone power hungry?
     
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    I have the D1, DX and Galaxy Nexus.

    I haven't forgotten about you guys, I compiled an update to deprimed five different times but the kernel won't boot...haven't had the time for diagnosis.
     
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    Which kernel?
     
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    Deprimed Test Kernel
     
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    What ROM?
     
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    Steel Droid 10.8
     
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    Are you running the primed command as su?
     
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    Hello Prime,

    My Device : Motorola Droid Pro
    OS : unofficial CM9 by JackpotCalvin

    Kernel : stock GB kernel ... as this device has a locked bootloader ...

    Is this thread of any use to my device with the above specs ?

    --- Sent from my DROID Pro ---
     
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    Yes I ran the primed command after entering SU (#) in terminal. It worked fine but gives me the default settings and a max of 900 mhz. I'm trying to figure out how to use a custom frequency table rather than the "default" one. I would like to set different Vsel values for the various clock speeds in the hopes of better battery life. I've tried editing 20overclock, but I'm afraid to touch it after the last attempt forced me to sbf back to stock.
     
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