[FDOM] best kernel to use for new release

Pander pander at users.sourceforge.net
Sun Oct 26 06:24:52 CET 2008

Hi all,

I am willing to put in effort in testing, bug fixing, developing and
impoving OM on FreeRunner. This would be a bit easier if it is clear what
exact combination of images is currently the "latest stable" (read usable)
in terms of this community. I understand this is not an easy question ;)

Only if a certain group of people is using the exact same set, it is
possible to succesfully cooperate. I know I am a newbe here but if someone
would get me up to speed, that would be much obliged.



On Sat, October 25, 2008 15:54, Marcel wrote:
> Am Saturday 25 October 2008 16:54:52 schrieb Pander:
>> On Sat, October 25, 2008 16:26, Marcel wrote:
>> > Am Saturday 25 October 2008 16:13:27 schrieb Geoff Ruscoe:
>> >> So I'm downloading the new FDOM image, but unfortunately I don't see
>> >> what
>> >> kernel I should use with it.
>> >>
>> >> Is there a best kernel to go with it?
>> I'm using Om2008.8-update with latest FDOM but am also looking at an
>> alternative.
>> >> Thanks
>> >
>> > I'm using mwester's one. Seems to work well.
>> Do you mean this one?
>>   http://moko.mwester.net/dl.html
> Yes.
>> How does this relate to Om2008.8-update?
> I don't know. Simply using it...
>> What is the exact installation procedure you use (think neotool) Do you
>> also need to install the minimal modules or other stuff or does that
>> come
>> with FDOM anyway?
> Since I don't see the kernel output on booting I didn't see if it's
> missing
> modules on first boot, but I copied the modules also because most kernels
> need their own special module set (from my experience). Installation: as
> simple as
> $ dfu-util -a kernel -R -D uImage.bin
> :)
> -Marcel
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