Kernels Tested

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  1. Chizzele

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    Anyone could tell me which kernel support ipv6 for google goggles ? Im getting an error trying to use it..

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    I think the slayher LFY kernels have the ipv6 support...
     
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    Are those preinstalled in sourcery ?

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    try one of the ones from Sourcery...I think they did work. If not then the Slayer LFY link a few posts up should work for you. I have used barcode scanner in the past as it didnt need the ipv6, but it only works with barcodes.
     
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    only the stock one worked with goggles...the other kernels lacked ipv6 support.
     
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    Ok thanks you

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    Slayher says:
    Froyo Kernels by slayher - CyanogenMod Forum

    Not sure how close to a normal Linux system Android is, but there are a couple of ways in Linux that you could tell the system to load the module at boot. Perhaps this could be built into future versions of the rom.
     
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    Thank you... i'll wait for sourcery to build those in..

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    the module is there

    module is where and insert it how????
     
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    It would be found in:
    /system/lib/modules
    Which should be in the path so it can be inserted by running:
    insmod ipv6.ko

    Are you asking how it could be inserted at boot?

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    Ok, figured out how to load it at boot too:

    There is a file:
    /system/etc/init.d/04modules

    Edit it to say this:

    Code:
    #!/system/bin/sh
    #
    # Load any extra modules
    MODULES="/system/lib/modules/ipv6.ko"
    
    for i in $MODULES;
    do
          insmod $i;
    done
    
    Then the ipv6 module will be loaded at boot and we can use the Slayher kernels and make Goggles happy. Cake.
     
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    ok


    ok must of been working on this while you wre typing here :)
    i have found a better script thanks cvcps.
    its working now with 2.0. on slayher kernels.
    I had been having problem getting the scripts to run at boot up but i gues i finanly figure it out.
    1.X does not have the required stuff to run scripts at boot up so youll have to wait for 2.0
    Im trying to get this out but it just seems to be 1 set back after another.
    go ahead and try out the p3 droid leak while you wait will jsut make 2.0 seem so much better :)
     
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