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    Quote Originally Posted by RL View Post
    I think the forum members want a specific detail on Egaudet. Is it the same as the others. (i.e Mhz/Ghz - Min-Max and so on) The only info available for this kernal is = Add prox_timeout sysfs entry to disable adjacent keys being dropped. Which isn't a lot.
    That's all that is in the changelog? That's all it does.

    I am simply testing a kernel patch that will allow me to add support in KeyBoss to enable/disable the adjacent key filter that Palm added in the keypad driver. It does NOTHING else from a stock kernel except expose that sysfs hook, just like the changelog says. I need some successful alpha testing so it can be incorporated into uberkernel.

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    Update: The first thing I notice is compressed swap was N/A, and charging the phone via usb charger stayed at 600mhz. The phone started to get too warm while charging and being on precentral forum.

    I never got temp over 36 degrees, while using any other kernel... since the last few updates.
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    Since that's all it does, can it be used or tested with a overclock patch installed. I am using F105 Thunderchief kernel. I also however use the VKB extensively and also use Keyboss and Userspace input module, so I certainly would like to test this kernel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeckert21 View Post
    Since that's all it does, can it be used or tested with a overclock patch installed. I am using F105 Thunderchief kernel. I also however use the VKB extensively and also use Keyboss and Userspace input module, so I certainly would like to test this kernel.
    No, one of the principles of initial alpha testing is to test one thing at a time. At a later date the keyboard control features will be added to the other kernels for combined testing.

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    OK, sounds good thanks for the info.
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    Note that in general, you should never install something from an alpha testing feed unless you know exactly what it is and why you are testing it.

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