HINT: type a few letters, like "/sys/dev" and then hit Sym + I and it'll auto-fill the rest of that folder's name -- "devices/". Hit Sym+I twice more after that... and you'll get ALL the available folders/files in the devices/ folder, since they can't be auto-filled until you give it a couple more characters.
well im having to doctor to get back to 188.8.131.52 in order to finalize my test lol i didnt think it would update on its own over night but well it did ha ha so i will be finishing up mine today sometime lol
My first signature post has evrything you need to safely go back to 184.108.40.206
QUOTE=Shadavis08;2258510]well im having to doctor to get back to 220.127.116.11 in order to finalize my test lol i didnt think it would update on its own over night but well it did ha ha so i will be finishing up mine today sometime lol
thanks caj2008 but I already was 500mhz just wasn't finished testing with it lol I just doctored back to 18.104.22.168 is all kind of a pain . Lol
For those that are curious on installing my OC kernel with 1.4... DON'T DO IT!
I spent a little while with it and things just dont work right.
* Sometimes it boots fast and things "seem" to work ok. Painfully fast. Until you go to use a data connection. HOSED. as reported by another user also.
* Other times it takes an hour to boot and heats up. the Java process is hogging the CPU doing something that never ends. Although the data connection works its painfully slow and makes a good space heater.
So if you want 800Mhz speed and stability then stay with 1.3.5.x and install the update manager patch so you wont get forced to install webOS 1.4.
Until Palm releases the webOS 1.4 kernel sources I cannot build a custom kernel for 1.4. So dont ask! Unless you have an *in* at Palm and can get the kernel sources faster, we are in a holding pattern over Logan Airport.
will the 600mhz patch work with 1.4 I was one of the alpha testers and that 800mhz was something that was too good to be true but I want the the features that 1.4 has and the speed so can you confirm 600mhz working?
Yes. the 720 and 800Mhz kernels are br0k3n for webOS 1.4. Soon as Palm releases the sources I will get it working.
my older 600Mhz Luna patch does work. although you have to reboot the phone instead of just killing LunaSysMgr. We'll have to rework the install instructions to n00bs.
There are some claims in other threads that 1.4 makes 600Mhz default, WRONG. Still defaults to 500Mhz with 600Mhz for games.
I updated to 1.4 last night and the only thing I'm missing is it running at 600Mhz like I had it for 1.3.5 if it's working with the small exception that the phone needs a full reboot is there any chance of the patch becoming available again soon?