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kernel-Power Stable v49 in Extras-Devel

Last version v49 which is now in Extras-Devel has 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
Version v49 is in Extras-Devel repository, but maemo package interface still does not see it. So I cannot promote kernel-power into Extras-Testing! See bug: https://bugs.maemo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12284

New thread about development here: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=78371
Update (from old version):
Use Hildon Application Manager or via apt-get
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
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“.
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 1280×720)
* 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
Known problems:
* JoikuSpot not working
* Some bluetooth headsets not working
* BME and bq27x00_battery module cannot live together
Source code:
Project is hosted on Maemo Garage in git repository.
Project site: https://garage.maemo.org/projects/kernel-power/
Bugs and patches can be reported/sent in this thread, on project bug tracker, on IRC or on my email address.
0. Download source code from git repository (may contains unreleased code):

$ GIT_SSL_NO_VERIFY=1 git clone https://vcs.maemo.org/git/kernel-power
$ cd kernel-power
$ kernel-power-2.6.28/debian/rules get-orig-source
$ tar --strip-components=1 -C kernel-power-2.6.28 -xf kernel-power_2.6.28.orig.tar.gz kernel-2.6.28

0. Or download via apt (contains exact same last version):

$ apt-get source kernel-power

1. Compilation in scratchbox:

$ fakeroot apt-get install sdk-fiasco-gen
$ cd kernel-power-2.6.28
$ dpkg-buildpackage -b -rfakeroot

2. Compilation with madde:

$ cd kernel-power-2.6.28
$ patch -p2 -i debian/madde.patch
$ mad dpkg-buildpackage -b
$ patch -p2 -R -i debian/madde.patch

Thanks to @mwkn for the Tweet Source Maemo.Org

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