|device kernel sources for JRO03C are in AOSP||Jean-Baptiste Queru||7/19/12 1:53 PM|
I've pushed the kernel sources for crespo, wingray, tuna and grouper,
as used in JRO03C, to their respective projects. Sorry about the
Jean-Baptiste M. "JBQ" Queru
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|Re: [android-building] device kernel sources for JRO03C are in AOSP||Jeremy Schulte||7/19/12 1:57 PM|
Thank you sir!
|Re: [android-building] device kernel sources for JRO03C are in AOSP||Jet Shinoda||7/19/12 2:04 PM|
thank u sir
|Re: [android-building] device kernel sources for JRO03C are in AOSP||jdkoreclipse||7/19/12 6:58 PM|
Can someone confirm that the newest kernel source is in the android-tegra3-grouper-3.1-jb-fr2 branch of the "tegra" repo/
|Re: [android-building] device kernel sources for JRO03C are in AOSP||Jean-Baptiste Queru||7/20/12 7:37 AM|
Don't go by branches, just use the commit SHA-1 directly.
|Re: [android-building] Re: device kernel sources for JRO03C are in AOSP||Jean-Baptiste Queru||7/20/12 7:41 AM|
Nakasi hardware is grouper, which is in the tegra project.
On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 9:24 PM, Subodh Nijsure
> Pardon if this is a trivial question:
> if one were looking for kernel sources that apply to the Nexus 7 tablet, one
> should be looking for kernel for nakasi?
> Because the factory image page refers to Nexus 7 as project nakasi (
> https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images#nakasi ) ?
> Or since nexus 7 is based on tegra one should use the
> https://android.googlesource.com/kernel/tegra.git git repo?
> I need to rebuild kernel for some Nexus 7 experiment to enable V4l2 drivers.