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#2981
Originally Posted by Estel View Post
Your initial statement isn't true. Just download updated bleeding-edge-drivers. And, check Cleven thread for details
And how do I do that??? Sorry i have very basic knowlegde in linux :S
 
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#2982
Originally Posted by pawelstryju View Post
download builds from here:
http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...&postcount=458
and replace files in /opt/cleven/compat-wireless
I download the files and replace the old ones and that's it??? No need to install anything or do something else???
 
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#2984
Can some one paste me a link for the changelog pretty please
Or just tell me whats new with v49 compared to 42 seen as tho i have an update available. And if anyone tells me to do a search i'll go sick! Because i have!!
Thanks in advance
 
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#2985
One of the most important thing, IMO, is the possibility of enable smartreflex... at least until 805 Mhz. Mine works with 900 Mhz. Another great thing is HEN support...
 
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#2986
Originally Posted by natedog400 View Post
And if anyone tells me to do a search i'll go sick! Because i have!!
Thanks in advance
Go search....

Does the first post not list a change log???
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=71879
 

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#2987
Originally Posted by fffffred View Post
Go search....

Does the first post not list a change log???
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=71879
Nob head! but thanks
 
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#2988
Originally Posted by demolition View Post
I assume you are refering to v0.46?

I'm sure that it is receiving some attention because it's functionality is an integral part of the h-e-n software, which is being worked on. There are patches on the garage site but, I agree, it's not clear whether or when they're going to get integrated into the kernel itself.

There is a possibility that certain sections will be merged into the CSSU [Someone please confrm/reject this].

Other factors that would reduce development on this, apart from the developers having lives/jobs/families/etc, is that the CSSU is something of a priorty task (AFAICS), then there's Meego and the Meego coding competition, etc, etc...

- all the same, thanks for flagging this up, it's good to find out what's going on from time to time. From my point of view, it would be good to have a development status paragraph in the maemo wiki so it's clear what's being worked on (and what's not). Also, this might allow others to contribute if they knew what could be done to assist.

Edit: Thanks Hurrian. Have you tried this? Please comment on stability/battery drain/anything else you've noticed...
MY QUESTION HERE is that can H-E-N Software works with this updated kernel or it can only works with kernel V46 only?
 
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#2989
Originally Posted by pali View Post

New thread about kernel-power v50 is here: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=83118
New thread about development is here: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=78371


Kernel-power version v49 is now in Extras-Testing!

In version v49 was new frequency scheme, so everyone who has custom profile (or modified /etc/default/kernel-power) MUST modify them according to new frequencies, i.e to remove 700 and to change 750 to 720. See more on http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php...49#post1117649


Update (from old version):
Use Hildon Application Manager or via apt-get

Installation:
In Hildon Application Manager install package: Linux kernel for power user
Or via apt-get package: kernel-power-flasher

Overclock support (optional):
In Hildon Application Manager install package: Linux kernel for power user (settings and overclock)
Or via apt-get package: kernel-power-settings

Multiboot support (optional):
In Hildon Application Manager install packages: Maemo ULTimate BOOTloader and Linux kernel for power user (boot image for multiboot)
Or via apt-get packages: multiboot and kernel-power-bootimg

Uninstallation:
Multiboot and overclock support can be uninstalled via Hildon Application Manager or via apt-get. Uninstalling kernel image is possible only via menu entry "Nokia Kernel".

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Changelog:

kernel-power (1:2.6.28-10power50) fremantle; urgency=low
.
* Fixed reboot problem
* Added option (sysfs entry) to disable indicator led
* Enabled module xt_owner
* Fixed scheduling while atomic bugs
* efuse calibrations are re-calculated - using linear approximation instead of hard-coded increments
* Fixed camera driver to use framebuffer memory for video-capture buffer (DMA to framebuffer)
* Enabled cdrom drivers
* Disabled verbose power_supply messages
* Notify about changed musb mode
* Disabled mesh network (kernel sometimes crashed)
* Fixed the famous BT headset disconnecting issue
* Upstream patch: Bluetooth: Fix potential bad memory access with sysfs files
* Disabled errata 430973
* If FM transmitter is locked do not show error message when trying to change power level
* Fixed oops in g_ether with windows
* kernel-power-bootimg package now working with U-Boot Bootmenu too

-- Pali Rohár <hidden> Wed, 14 Mar 2012 19:43:04 +0100

kernel-power (1:2.6.28-10power49) fremantle; urgency=low

* support for binding and unbinding framebuffer console
* split nokia patch nokia-20093908+0m5.diff into more
* smartreflex - added calibration values for 720MHz and 805 MHz (SW calculated according to TI docs)
* update radio-si4713 fm transmitter:
* removed nokia code and special ioctl which disabled changing power_level
* ability to lock and unlock power_level via sysfs
* update bq27x00 battery driver:
* backport changes from upstream
* add support for accessing bq27200 battery registers using ioctl
* fixed rx51 board info and module now working again (but bme must be stopped)
* fixed rebooting device after battery module was unloaded
* update dspbridge driver (by freemangordon):
* fix ioctl buffer overrun
* DSS video memory is increased from 6 to 8 megabytes, allowing DSS scaler to rescale HD videos (including 1280x720)
* add support for for CONFIG_BRIDGE_NEW_API
* fix DSP cache when is incoherent with main memory, which leads to memory errors
* backport fixes from omapzoom kernel-omap3
* backport harmattan patches
* support both new and old ictl
* added new patches:
* adding-ramzswap-driver.diff
* patch_swap_notify_core_support_2_2.6.28.diff
* update_mmu_cache_arm.diff

-- Pali Rohár <hidden> Fri, 18 Nov 2011 22:44:19 +0100

kernel-power (1:2.6.28-10power48) fremantle; urgency=low

* cleaned and rewritten debian/rules
* cleaned patches (splitted nokia and omap patches)
* revert back -source and -debug package
* updated info about kernel-power for HAM
* possible to install only -bootimg package (same features)
* fixed kernel-power uninstall script
* 720p DSP patch by freemangordon
* ext4 data corruption patch by Tigerite
* minstrel-aziwoqpa patch from garage tracker
* compcache/zram patch from kernel-bfs
* enabled usbnet dm9601 kernel module
* enabled nilfs2 kernel module
* enabled xts kernel module
* fixed class 10 microSD card
* disabled patch i2c-battery.diff
* disabled board-rx51-peripherals.diff (disabled autoloading bq27x00_battery module)

-- Pali Rohár <hidden> Sat, 09 Jul 2011 16:03:55 +0200

kernel-power (1:2.6.28-10power47) fremantle; urgency=low

* enabled additional kernel modules (for usb host mode)
* backported bq27x00_battery patch
* some patches from kernel-power bugtracker
* multiboot support in kernel-power-bootimg package

-- Pali Rohár <hidden> Sun, 01 May 2011 01:22:09 +0200

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Known problems:
* JoikuSpot not working
* Some bluetooth headsets not working
* BME and bq27x00_battery module cannot live together

MY QUESTION HERE is that..... please can H-E-N Software works with this updated kernel or it can only works with kernel V46 only?
 
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#2990
Why you are quoting whole message post when you are not reacting on it?
And why you are posting duplicate posts?

H-E-N should work also with new kernel-power versions...
 
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