2.6.31+ on HTC Dream

by Axel Balley - Stantum » Thu, 18 Mar 2010 10:05:30 GMT


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 Hi all,
I need to run Eclair with a 2.6.31 or later kernel on my HTC Dream, has
anyone succeeded in doing so ?
I've tried the android-msm-2.6.32 branch on kernel/msm.git, as well as
android-msm-2.6.33-test1 on kernel/experimental.git, but none booted on my
phone. I suppose the next step is to enable a serial console to see exactly
what goes wrong. Is there a known branch somewhere that supports the Dream
beyond 2.6.29 ?

Thanks in advance for any pointers !

axel

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2.6.31+ on HTC Dream

by Mike Lockwood » Thu, 18 Mar 2010 12:06:23 GMT


 The android-msm-2.6.32 branch in kernel/msm.git should work if you
configure it using "make msm_defconfig".

Mike

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2.6.31+ on HTC Dream

by Axel Balley - Stantum » Thu, 18 Mar 2010 12:19:25 GMT


 Thanks, I tried that but the phone freezes on the TMobile G1 splashscreen, 
before I can run adb shell on it.

Le 18/03/10 13:06,  Mike Lockwood  <lockw...@android.com> a crit :

The android-msm-2.6.32 branch in kernel/msm.git should work if you
configure it using "make msm_defconfig".

Mike

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2.6.31+ on HTC Dream

by Mike Lockwood » Thu, 18 Mar 2010 13:47:03 GMT


 Maybe it is out of sync with your user space.  What version of android
are you running on the G1?

Mike

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2.6.31+ on HTC Dream

by Axel Balley - Stantum » Thu, 18 Mar 2010 13:53:42 GMT


 aosp_dream_us-eng 2.1-update1

Turns out 2.6.30 should be enough for what I need (i.e multitouch events 
support). I managed to build and boot a 2.6.30 kernel by merging v2.6.30 tag 
into android-msm-2.6.30-rc2-test from kernel/experimental.git.

Le 18/03/10 14:46,  Mike Lockwood  <lockw...@android.com> a crit :

Maybe it is out of sync with your user space.  What version of android
are you running on the G1?

Mike

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