yup, both a-1 and uberkernel names show "Govnah v1.3.9 xxxxkernel-version#"
Originally Posted by unixpsycho
in my current case "Govnah v1.3.9 UberKernel-38", and a1 shows as "Govnah v1.3.9 A1-42"
Uberkernel Govenors listed.
conservative, ondemand, userspace, powersave, ondemandtcl, performance
Uberkernel IO shedulers listed.
noop,anticipatory, deadline, cfq, bfq
vr and sio now show up in uberkernel but only when id previously installed a-1 for testing.
when i install a-1 i get a different list of govenors which is:
A-1 Govenors listed.
conservative, ondemand, lagfree, smartassV2, screenstate, ondemandtcl, performance
A-1 IO schedulers listed.
noop anticipatory, deadline, vr, sio
so some show in both but not in all
cheers for the info btw, dont wanna end up wasting your time or anything, ive just been on another mission to try and push my battery power as far as possible again, so have been swapping kernels again as they seem to offer different features to test out.
reinstalled a-1 again, so far my govnah settings havent broken like before.