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Best method for testing android kernel

I would like to test some of the features of android kernel like inserting a module and collecting certain parameters for research purpose. What would you think the best method for that?
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Atheros ar8151 driver for kernel 3.x (fedora 16)

Yesterday, I installed Fedora 16 and found no wireless connection available. Then I found the ar81family driver But it seems like it does not work with kernel 3. I changed the makefile to ignore ...
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Finding Linux distribution with proper hardware driver support

To me it is a jungle to find what Linux distribution to choose... Of course one would like to use as much performance as possible from the machine. In my case I have a HP Pavilion dv6-6008eo - in ...
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Upgrading I2C client drivers to the newer binding model

I am trying to port some I2C device drivers I wrote for an other kernel to work with the newer I2C binding model. The kernel documentation goes through the steps of doing this: ...
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How to use Linux kernel driver bind/unbind interface for USB-HID devices?

First background. I am developing a driver for Logitech game-panel devices. It's a keyboard with a screen on it. The driver is working nicely but by default the device is handled by HID. In order to ...
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Xorg -configure doesn't work with nouveau drivers

I'm having problems setting up X.org on Gentoo. At the moment I have kernel 2.6.37-gentoo-r4 installed and have built X against this kernel. I have nouveau drivers installed and they seem to be ...
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sources for doing profiling of kernel portions?

Related to my previous post. I did not find any specific driver for which I can do profiling and benchmarking. However there is a one driver jffs2 filesystem for flash devices but I didn't know about ...
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How to create .ko files in Linux

I have written one driver for one device in Linux. How can I create (using gcc) a .ko file so that I can insert it into the kernel?