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    [KERNEL][GPL][10 OCT] franco.Kernel-r20


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    [KERNEL][GPL][10 OCT] franco.Kernel-r20

    Post  Admin on Tue Oct 16, 2012 6:19 pm

    [KERNEL][GPL][10 OCT] franco.Kernel-r20

    by franciscofranco

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    This kernel features:
    * Completely 100% warning free kernel - clean as butter
    * Compiling fixes from showp1984 (awesome job)
    * Compiling fixes from riemervdzee (awesome as well)
    * Some merges from TripNRaVer
    * CRC32 library updated
    * Simple I/O scheduler as default and optimized for flash devices
    * Several hotplug patches for maximum stability - hotplug is onlining/offlining CPU's on demand
    * Maximum debug stripped out without ruining Wi-Fi module
    * fsync() calls disabled for maximum I/O throughput
    * CPU frequency transitions latency reduced from 300 * 1000 to 10 * 1000
    * Partitions properly mounted in the ramdisk for maximum performance
    * VM parameters tuned for battery and performance enhancements
    * Lowmemorykiller backported from 3.4 kernel - this should help with memory management
    * Memory system calls improved using glibc version
    * Ondemand governor is the default and is tweaked for my personal prefered values for battery and performance improvements
    * Some other minor tweaks and optimizations available to be seen on my github repository
    * GPU overclock interface
    * Companion core max frequency interface
    * Custom lowmemorykiller driver to force the system to have 250-300 memory ram available
    * Based on the latest 2.17.401.2 source

    1 - Enter this command: fastboot erase cache
    2 - Flash the boot.img on fastboot with: fastboot flash boot boot—rX.img (replace X by the release number)
    3 - Reboot to recovery from the fastboot menu (before booting to system for the first time) and flash the modules package


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