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    so ive seen all these new kernel being made but i have no clue how to get them? i dont see them on preware i see the 1st uber kernel but ive read about some F104 or something like that and compcache kernel, how do i get them on preware? whats the feed address? or do i have to download them and install through quick install? sorry if its been addressed just dont wanna search through all these threads for the answer thanks again guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flush2810 View Post
    so ive seen all these new kernel being made but i have no clue how to get them? i dont see them on preware i see the 1st uber kernel but ive read about some F104 or something like that and compcache kernel, how do i get them on preware? whats the feed address? or do i have to download them and install through quick install? sorry if its been addressed just dont wanna search through all these threads for the answer thanks again guys
    You should read the first post of each thread to see what each does.
    You should also check in to websointernals.org and read up on what is expected of an alpha tester since that is what you are doing if you use the F104 or others.
    Also the testing feeds can be found at webosinternals.org or you could try unixpsycho.com/palm-pre
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    Also note that as has been reported, they (kernels) do seem to take a few days to "settle in". I've not seen immediate performance improvements right after a new kernel or a parameter change, but have found idle loads as low as 0.5 after a couple of days.

    I'd love someone in-the-know to explain it properly.

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