[ztebladeopensource] Re: Origin of 2.6.32 kernel?

  • From: József Király <fonix232@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ztebladeopensource@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2011 19:56:43 +0100

Actually, the best would be the changeset, or patch-set of the changes made
by ZTE, so we could build any version of the Android kernel, with some
This would be good for both sides:
- ZTE gets a properly debugged, working new kernel, without moving a finger
(and even it may add more features)
- We, users get a nice working kernel build, what can be freely used, and
also, the latest overclock systems, everything.

So the patch set would make everyone happy :D

2011/1/6 Jon Vaughan <jon-sanfran@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>

> Hi Ben,
> Thank you for uploading the code.
> I maintain a git source repository at
> http://github.com/jvaughan/san-francisco-kernel to help collaboration
> between people working on custom software for the Blade.
> For the zte-2.6.29 branch,  I committed the code against the
> android-msm-2.6.29 branch from Code Aurora Forum.  The Code Aurora
> code appeared to be close to your released kernel, with the only
> changes appearing to be for ZTE device support in your released code,
> so this made sense and adds history to our repository.
> Comparing the new 2.6.32 kernel to the Code Aurora 2.6.32 branch,
> there are many more changes and they not only zte-specific so it looks
> like you didn't use this as your starting point.
> If you're happy to share, it would be helpful to know what kernel you
> used as the basis for this release?
> Thanks,
> Jon

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