Updating asus eee kernel

Posted by / 09-Oct-2017 18:05

Updating asus eee kernel

EDIT after reinstalling eee kernel: the overwrite didn't seem to be the problem.

Maybe it'll overclock if I use the generic kernel, but then I'll probably lose some speed and hardware compatibiliy... I believe that this needs to be added to the script. The vids that used to stutter a bit now play at full speed, and more awesomeness like that!

This is the exact same as building the image for a chroot, so if you have a trimslice chroot already on your TF101, then you can use that image instead. Plug your micro SD card into your computer, then continue.

You'll need to determine the block device of your card for yourself, and replace /dev/sdb1 below with it.

prereq's: rooted TF101 with a custom recovery (CWM).

Under a standard Ubuntu install your CPU will only operate at a maximum of 630.100 MHz with a FSB speed of 70MHz. Download "eee-overclocking-install.sh" (attached to this post). chmod u rwx sudo ./The script will run for a while... The shortcut is not in the Desktop folder, from what I can see. EDIT: tried these ( instructions instead, but they result in the system locking up with weird glitched-up graphics.

echo "## Installing Overclock Utilities ##" wget " wget " wget " sudo mv /usr/bin sudo chown root:root /usr/bin/sudo chmod x /usr/bin/sudo mv /usr/bin sudo chown root:root /usr/bin/sudo chmod x /usr/bin/mv Overclock.desktop ~/Desktop echo "## Done ##" Ill add this to the original script. : D You should suggest to add this as a package in the repository or something, since it makes (temporary/optional) overclocking a breeze. Try doing some sort of processor intensive task and then check the clock frequency.

:)im wondering why very soon after that "overclocked " message it downclokcs my processor back to 630 mhz? I think it would be nice to mention the actual tools used in the first post.

Works well for most things, sound, webcam, ports all reported to work correctly.

Minor problems include pulseaudio interfering with sound recording, and media card reader issues unless it is booted with a card in the slot.

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D250 models, on the other hand, have been known to have issues where built-in microphones and ethernet cards do not work unless new drivers and pulseaudio are installed and configured correctly.