-merged (from intersectraven ir-kernel):
8c2b39d2b7a04fcc62b0 (sched: do not consider SCHED_IDLE tasks to be cache hot)
91a60f293939aed884d3 (sched: set group_imb only a task can be pulled from the busiest cpu)
afd4e348c83409c2e711 (sched: drop group_capacity to 1 only if local group has extra capacity)
fad1d8360a221b84e998 (sched: force balancing on newidle balance if local group has capacity)
2411ec51065177b18599 (sched: remove accidental code addition)
-merged (from ezterry kernel-biff-testing):
68444e1e41f70ed68944 (HWPOISON: Stop shrinking at right page count)
-When charging, after android reports charging complete, wait 30-60 minutes before unplugging.
-The first time you launch camera, you may experience a delay of up to 3-4 seconds after snapping a picture and being returned to the camera. If this is the case, exit out of the camera app by hitting the back button and re-enter it, and it should be reduced to 1-2 seconds
-Camera will not work unless you are using CM6, CM6 Nightly or Enom’s Latest
-For builds lower then Froyo (i.e. Eclair), when USB is plugged in, vold will SIGSEV.
-If charging stops, unplug and replug back in. Logic is being reviewed and amended currently.
-You may receive “ACPU unable to set …” here and there. This is currently being worked on.
Things to do:
-Cleanup of some unused definitions in the camera space
*userspace governor default; only interactive,ondemand and userspace governors
*BFQ I/O Scheduler
*some more cgroup options
*namespaces support (excluding network)
*v4 block device and data integrity support
*3d register driver
*erratas 430973, 458693 and 460075 applied
Flash the .zip through recovery
fastboot flash zimage zImage (zImage can be found in update.zip kernel folder)
take the bcm4329.ko file from the update.zip lib/modules folder (use winrar for windows or unzip for linux) and
adb push bcm4329.ko /system/lib/modules
copy the bcm4329.ko to /sdcard, bounce in to recovery, mount /sdcard and /system, and copy the .ko module from /sdcard to /system/lib/modules; set chmod 644 on it.
It is highly reccomended that you either use SetCPU to toggle your governor to either ondemand (reccomended) or interactive (in testing) or use sysfs to echo the value to cpufreq.
If you use SetCPU, please do not set any Advanced settings, and you should use ondemand CPU governor