Kernels Tested

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  1. TMYINC

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    Yeah P3 kernels use the interactive governor. Thats one of the main reasons I use them and slayhers. I used tempmonitor and system task panel to check temps. Also use system task panel to monitor and record CPU activity over time.

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  2. dmacleo

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    I don't know but I would be hesitant to try as I think they had found issues with this.

    ok will try a few and also look at his cifs modules.
     
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    someone else requested the v1.0 kernel as well....should be able to go into recovery and restore boot from your nandroid of v1. the boot partition is your kernel...from what i've always understood of the partitions
     
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    I've been running the 800 mhz webster kernel w/ compcache working and haven't had any reboots/problems. Would like to try a 1ghz webster kernel but have no idea where to find them.

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    Just curious on the P3Droid kernels. I found his website but other than the actual kernel I don't know if I need any of the extras at the bottom of the page? I've never manually put another kernel on other than different speeds that were offered specific to a ROM so I don't know what those extra modules do. I.e. I wouldn't want to lose functionality because I put a "base" kernel on and missed some other options that might be combined in with ROM specific ones.
     
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    No you don't need those extra modules at the bottom of page. However if you want to be able to run compcache you would need p3's ramzswap module.

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    Anyone know where to get Slayher kernels at? A google search turned up a site with ones dated from August last year but that was it. I know Sourcery comes with Slayher kernels but ROM Manager (for 1.1 at least) doesn't specify whether it's the SV or LV kernel and I'd like to use a LV one if at all possible. Otherwise I guess I'm going to just hit a P3Droid kernel up. Although, I just checked his site and realized there's no dates on those kernels either lol.
     
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    Index of /DL/LFY/KERNELS
     
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    Aren't those tuned to LFY though? Also pretty sure I won't be able to run those. They're marked as SLV. Guessing that they are similar to Chevy's ULV kernels of which I would get random reboots on his 800Mhz ULV's. I've run 800-1000Mhz LV kernels on chevy and Sapphire's custom ones with no problem though. I guess really all I'm looking for is to make sure I find a kernel than runs cool and that's why I've been trying to use the LV ones over SV.
     
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    the slayher kernels in the rom links are LV

    hope this helps and yeah the slayher kernels havent been updated recently. except for modified ones like liquids but i really dont see why those wouldnt work either if you try them out let us know.
     
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    Ah well thanks if the ones included with Sourcery are LV that's all I need to know :)
     
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