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    Anyone else tried the Warthog kernel? I saw it was updated recently so I'm trying it out. Seems to run a little hot, I'm listening to a podcast and my Pixi is sitting on the Touchstone and I'm running in the low 40s, otherwise seems to run very fast.
    Treo 600 -> Treo 650 -> Treo 755p -> Pixi -> Pre -> Pixi -> Sprint Pixi Plus Hybrid -> Pre -> Epic 4G
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    what's your settings?
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    Sorry if this makes me sound stupid, but uh, Pixi's overclock? I do know they have a Uberkernal that doesn't do much. But besides that I didn't think anyone had came out with anything to overclock for Pixi's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by errbin View Post
    what's your settings?
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    Min Freq 122.88
    Max Freq 600
    Sampling Rate 0.1
    Up Threshold 50%
    Ignore NIce Load False
    Powersave Bias 0

    Compcache 24 MB

    Almost the same as my UK settings, I reinstalled the Warthog earlier and seems a bit better now, runs 37 or 38 now.
    Treo 600 -> Treo 650 -> Treo 755p -> Pixi -> Pre -> Pixi -> Sprint Pixi Plus Hybrid -> Pre -> Epic 4G
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmoothCriminal View Post
    Sorry if this makes me sound stupid, but uh, Pixi's overclock? I do know they have a Uberkernal that doesn't do much. But besides that I didn't think anyone had came out with anything to overclock for Pixi's.
    No overclocking but still have UK and Warthog.
    Treo 600 -> Treo 650 -> Treo 755p -> Pixi -> Pre -> Pixi -> Sprint Pixi Plus Hybrid -> Pre -> Epic 4G
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    where do I find the Warthog kernel?

    I like UK kernel but I wanna try the warthog
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    Quote Originally Posted by errbin View Post
    where do I find the Warthog kernel?

    I like UK kernel but I wanna try the warthog
    Its in the testing kernel feed

    http://ipkg.preware.org/feeds/webos-...testing/1.4.5/
    Treo 600 -> Treo 650 -> Treo 755p -> Pixi -> Pre -> Pixi -> Sprint Pixi Plus Hybrid -> Pre -> Epic 4G
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    Quote Originally Posted by chad4359 View Post


    thank you
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    i tryed this one a coupe weeks back and it wouldnt seem to do anything, installing again right now..hoping for a lil more than uk...will report back..later
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    seems to be just what i needed
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    warthog is the testing kernel from which the awesome developers come up with updates for uberkernel, therefore it should and will be constantly updated but not always for the better. i would stick with uk as whatever improvements are noticed in warthog will appear in updates to uk
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    my Pixi++ was hard to star and sometime suddenly shutdown
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    ancient thread!
    Last edited by pezman726; 10/21/2010 at 03:04 AM.
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    WH kernel is 750mhz other performance enhancing things, while UB is only 600 and the only reason why your pixis running hot is because it's charging on the touchstone. Duhh
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    so is this better than the UK?
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    Right now it is better than UK -- the newest Warthog kernel can overclock to ~768mHz!
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    so if i have uk already do i just uninstall it and then download warthog?
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    Unless you are a serious tinker or linux hacker type, do not use warthog. I have had it make my pre unbootable a couple of times (requiring the volume up trick to get the doctor to see it. or else use other recovery methods). It is, by design, not a stable kernel designed for the general user. Any given update may be unbootable, may melt your phone, or at the very least do an rm -rf /media/internal (if you don't understand that, definitely do not run this kernel). So much has been stated by rod in the past

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