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[KERNEL][ARC/S] LuPuS-JBv14 [LINARO 4.7.3][STOCK ICS/CM9/GB][UPDATED-09-05-13]

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    gionapper
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    [KERNEL][ARC/S] LuPuS-JBv15 [LINARO 4.7.3][STOCK ICS/CM9]

    [KERNEL][ARC/S] LuPuSv14 [LINARO 4.7.3][STOCK ICS/CM9/GB][UPDATED-09-05-13] - xda-developers
    Uno dei migliori kernel per rom basate su ics (per gb Ŕ compatibile ma esiste una versione apposita), veloce, affidabile e stabile.

    Changelog:
    v14
    - Fixed Camera Key
    - Kernel works on CM9
    - Removed persistent RAM
    - Remove other errors from dmesg
    - Improved wifi loading
    - Disabled Key Reset (can be enbled in LuPuS Menu)
    ---- CWM updated to 6.0.3.2
    - Fixed Advanced restore
    - Fixed busybox symlinks generation (aka) fixed CWM backup not working
    - Fixed install from sideload being mixed up with toggle signature
    - Remove confirmation from install from sideload as it can be cancelled at anytime.
    ---- Complete Ramdisk Clean up & Improvment
    - Reworked booting
    - Supports m2sd and other ap2sd scripts
    - Force booting -After 2 Vibrations Hold Home for ICS
    -Hold Home and press VolDown for CM9
    -Hold Home and press VolUp for GB
    - Fixed Reboot To Recovery (It reboots to last one used IF you don't have scripts that wipe /cache on boot)
    - Reworked Kernel logs, they are located at /cache/recovery/ and /data/local/tmp/
    - Improved init.d
    - lupus menu clean up
    - Added Vendor fix from Hallon & Anzu
    - option to mount / unmount
    - Backup / Restore /system/vendor
    - Boot.d - If phone is taking a long time to start move suspicious init.d scripts to /system/etc/boot.d
    They will be run in background and won't affect boot time.
    Questo kernel ha i moduli wifi integrati, per installarlo, leggere la guida che trovate qui
    Ultima modifica di gionapper; 18-06-13 a 11:19

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    gionapper
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    [KERNEL][ARC/S] LuPuSv15 [LINARO 4.7.3][STOCK ICS][UPDATED-13-06-13] - xda-developers
    Aggiornamento

    Changelog:
    - Added Ultra-KSM
    - Tuned Governors
    * superbad
    * lionheart
    * virtuous
    * darkside
    * conservative
    * smartassH3
    - Really use google snappy zRam (improves zRam)
    - Fix nasty sigreturn bug
    - Fix compiler warnings
    - Do uninteruptible sleep
    - Other various fixes
    - Removed GB & CM9 support
    - Other various ramdisk improvments
    - Updated TWRP - Mounting Mass Storage should be fixed
    - Updated LuPuS CWM to latest Official CWM changes
    * Fixed advanced restore
    * Removed Reboot Options
    * Brough Reboot System Now back to Main Menu
    * Brought Power Off back to Main Menu
    * After install of zip dont return to main menu
    * Minor UI changes
    - Fixed Mounting Vendor (please test can be set via lupus menu)
    - patch can also be forced at boot by
    hold home + hold voldown = force ics + vendor patch
    hold home + tap vol down = force ics
    key -- Thanks @gu5t3r

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    [KERNEL][ARC/S] LuPuSv16 [LINARO 4.7.3][STOCK ICS][UPDATED-19-06-13] - xda-developers
    Aggiornamento

    Changelog:
    v16
    - Fix some lag in gaming
    - Set default swappiness to 20
    - Removed fsync
    - Removed Cleancache
    - Removed zCache
    - Removed WasActive page flag
    - Removed Zen IO-Scheduler
    - Fixed issue with some devices booting into CWM
    - Fixed CWM install options order
    - Fixed TWRP adb and mounting USB storage
    - Fixed PATH for LuPuS Menu
    - Added UKSM options to LuPuS-Menu
    what is UKSM?
    It gives you more free RAM...
    Kernel SamePage Merging (KSM)
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    Kernel SamePage Merging (KSM) (also: Kernel Shared Memory, Memory Merging) lets the hypervisor system share identical memory pages amongst different processes or virtualized guests. This is done by scanning through the memory finding duplicate pages. The duplicate pair is then merged into a single page, and mapped into both original locations. The page is also marked as "copy-on-write", so the kernel will automatically separate them again should one process modify its data.

    KSM was originally intended to run more virtual machines on one host by sharing memory between processes as well as virtual machines. Upon implementation, it was found to be useful for non-virtualized environments as well where memory is at a premium. An experimental implementation of KSM by Red Hat found that 52 virtual instances of Windows XP with 1GB of memory, could run on a host computer that had only 16GB of RAM.

    KSM first appeared in the version 2.6.32 Linux operating system kernel. To be effective, the operating system kernel must find identical memory pages held by different processes. As well it needs to decide whether the pages are going to update infrequently enough that SamePage Merging would be an efficient use of processor resources. When first proposed, there were concerns that this feature could be exploited as a security vulnerability (this concern has since been addressed). Another concern is that although memory usage is reduced, CPU usage is increased, thus negating potential increases in performance.

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    Quote Originariamente inviato da gionapper
    [KERNEL][ARC/S] LuPuSv16 [LINARO 4.7.3][STOCK ICS][UPDATED-19-06-13] - xda-developers
    Aggiornamento

    Changelog:
    v16
    - Fix some lag in gaming
    - Set default swappiness to 20
    - Removed fsync
    - Removed Cleancache
    - Removed zCache
    - Removed WasActive page flag
    - Removed Zen IO-Scheduler
    - Fixed issue with some devices booting into CWM
    - Fixed CWM install options order
    - Fixed TWRP adb and mounting USB storage
    - Fixed PATH for LuPuS Menu
    - Added UKSM options to LuPuS-Menu
    what is UKSM?
    It gives you more free RAM...
    Kernel SamePage Merging (KSM)
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Jump to: navigation, search

    Kernel SamePage Merging (KSM) (also: Kernel Shared Memory, Memory Merging) lets the hypervisor system share identical memory pages amongst different processes or virtualized guests. This is done by scanning through the memory finding duplicate pages. The duplicate pair is then merged into a single page, and mapped into both original locations. The page is also marked as "copy-on-write", so the kernel will automatically separate them again should one process modify its data.

    KSM was originally intended to run more virtual machines on one host by sharing memory between processes as well as virtual machines. Upon implementation, it was found to be useful for non-virtualized environments as well where memory is at a premium. An experimental implementation of KSM by Red Hat found that 52 virtual instances of Windows XP with 1GB of memory, could run on a host computer that had only 16GB of RAM.

    KSM first appeared in the version 2.6.32 Linux operating system kernel. To be effective, the operating system kernel must find identical memory pages held by different processes. As well it needs to decide whether the pages are going to update infrequently enough that SamePage Merging would be an efficient use of processor resources. When first proposed, there were concerns that this feature could be exploited as a security vulnerability (this concern has since been addressed). Another concern is that although memory usage is reduced, CPU usage is increased, thus negating potential increases in performance.

    Questo kernel Ŕ compatibile con la rom Ultimate HD 3.1?


    Inviato dal mio SmartTab10 usando Androidiani App

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    Ho provato a installarlo sul mio arc s con CM9 e non funziona il wifi. Cercando in rete ho notato che non sono l'unico ad avere questo problema. Sapete consigliarmi qualcosa per superare il problema del wifi. Ho giÓ provato a usare qualche fix_wifi ma nulla Ŕ cambiato. Se avete qualche link da mandarmi fate pure

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    Ciao a tutti, ho appena preso l'arc s e non essendo un esperto di questo cellulare vi chiedo. Si pu˛ installare questo kernel su stock rom?

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