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Originally Posted by tekki View Post
Nothing proper and sustainable can be done for those devices before you have an modern kernel version running and DVFS/cpufreq working, ie power management. Supposedly patches exist for omap2 but someone needs to make it work on those devices.

Second problem is size of kernel. Modern kernels dont fit in 2mb. Someone once made uboot for N8x0, maybe someone can do that.
I am not sure about 2m limitation. Kernel can be trimmed down, by moving things to modules. If that does not fit the requirements, perhaps kexec might be a proper solution.
As for patches for omap2, I think that 2.6.35 on ubuntu maverick has omap2 listed. I know this since I was playing with gentoo and beagleboard(omap3).