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    <<moved and merged threads>>
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    Quote Originally Posted by bevcraw View Post
    <<moved and merged threads>>
    Yes, it made for some confusing reading when I clicked through from the thread that has now been moved to the thread linked and while reading through that thread, end back up where I started. Dejavu at it's finest. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by pastorrich1 View Post
    Yes, it made for some confusing reading when I clicked through from the thread that has now been moved to the thread linked and while reading through that thread, end back up where I started. Dejavu at it's finest. LOL
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    I'm just hoping the phone will be able to use any of the custom kernals post doctoring. I was having the same problem as other users that after installing this, the govnah wouldn't accept any other setting besides the stock settings. :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by dz1262 View Post
    I'm just hoping the phone will be able to use any of the custom kernals post doctoring. I was having the same problem as other users that after installing this, the govnah wouldn't accept any other setting besides the stock settings. :/

    As I understand it, the doctor reformats the filesystems other than /media/internal, thereby removing all traces of anything that was installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angiest View Post
    As I understand it, the doctor reformats the filesystems other than /media/internal, thereby removing all traces of anything that was installed.
    Didn't work. The machine is fully functional, but now whenever I try to change profiles, govnah just ignores my command and stays on Palm Default (at least it's no longer locking up). When I go into the specific settings and try to for example turn on compache or change any other settings one would use to make a new profile I get "Unable to run command: /sbin/insmod/lib.modules/2.6.24-palm-joplin-3430/extra/xvmaloc.ko 2>&1insmod: error inserting 'lib/modules/2.6.24-palm-joplin-3430/extra/xvmalloc.ko': -1 File exists
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    Quote Originally Posted by dz1262 View Post
    Didn't work. The machine is fully functional, but now whenever I try to change profiles, govnah just ignores my command and stays on Palm Default (at least it's no longer locking up). When I go into the specific settings and try to for example turn on compache or change any other settings one would use to make a new profile I get "Unable to run command: /sbin/insmod/lib.modules/2.6.24-palm-joplin-3430/extra/xvmaloc.ko 2>&1insmod: error inserting 'lib/modules/2.6.24-palm-joplin-3430/extra/xvmalloc.ko': -1 File exists
    Have you reinstalled a Kernel package after the doctor? The Doctor restores the system to the stock Palm kernel, which doesn't support any changes to CPU speed, nor does it support Compcache.
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    Yes I installed uberkernal through preware.
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    Nevermind. Restarted it again and everything is back online and working. Guess the first restart didn't stick or something, IDK. Still miss the speed of the 1 ghz. that was nice.
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    I figured it out. Go and download the -69 Version. Go to Govnah and have it set on the profile you want to use. Upgrade the kernel in Preware. Now you have -73 and you have 1ghz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dz1262 View Post
    ...Then I try SM Bromwich kernal. Installed Govnah post Bromwich install. Still nothing. Still thinks its running a precompache uberkernal and then when I go to change any setting it locks up.
    Something is (as you've discovered) quite wrong. None of my kernels have the compcache module enabled, as far as I recall.

    Quote Originally Posted by dz1262 View Post
    Please, if anyone has gone through this or might know if there's a patch or something that may be causing this, any info would be greatly appreciated.
    I think it is mere coincidence, but not long after booting the warthog kernel my pre died (and it died in a fashion that suggested overheating and/or marginal components, probably USB). I now have a loaner replacement while I wait for mine to be fixed; I shall be interested to see the report. Since you can at least boot you are ahead in the game; following the OMAP boot loader followed by the alternate procedure listed at Last Resort Emergency BootLoader Recovery - WebOS Internals worked for me until the USB interface burnt out.

    Bell now appear to be distributing a later hardware rev, from what I can tell, too.

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    Hello.

    I still havnt updated from -69. I was on vacation and didn't want to take the chance, when I didn't have my comp. To run the doctor.
    Is it safe to upgrade to -73? I am on a imported german gsm, running 1.4.5. I am just a guy looking for my pre to perform fast, I am not afraid of doctoring, but I know nothing about developing and really don't have any idea what a kernel is (more or less)

    If someone have good experience with upgrading please let me know.

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    A new version of warthog was released today and it seems to have fixed the hard lock I was getting when I tried to change governors. It may fix the other problems people are having in this thread as well.
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    I decided to switch from UberKernel (most recent) over to Warthog-76 yesterday... The process was painless. No freezes, no reboots (aside from the requisite ones, of course), and significantly smoother performance on the phone even if I stick to 800mhz... but 1050mhz is hard to resist I'm amazed to say that the phone seems to noticeably run cooler in general with Warthog-76@1050/500 screenstate than it did with UberKernel@800/500 screenstate. It's been roughly 24 hours so far and not a single issue to report thus far.

    For what it's worth-- I do get the impression that my Pre (my second one) is one of the more overclock-friendly ones. It can get laggy over time, but I have not experienced any lockups or random reboots that seemed to be related. In fact, I'd say in the ~6 months I've had it, I can probably count the total number of lockups / random reboots that I've encountered on two hands. *knock on wood*
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