Yae Sakura art by EGO
I. Introduction and Features
This kernel........... is like a trial since there's a lot of thing need to be done. I made this kernel with hoping that more hardware can be supported in Darkmatter. Hope that you guys can run this kernel and have the best experience you got
Some small features :
- Based on Mauro Rossi's kernel-5.4_si_ylng branch
- Added zen patches from zen-kernel (MuQSS CPU Scheduler compile on non GoogleLTS version) (depricated)
- Added xanmod patches starting from 1.2.1 (https://xanmod.org/)
- Added support for Realtek rtl8723de wireless chipset
- Added Realtek rtl8821ce support wireless chipset support.
The scheduler is a topic of keen interest for the desktop user; the scheduling algorithm partially determines the responsiveness of the Linux desktop as a whole. Con Kolivas maintains a series of scheduler patch sets that he has tuned considerably over the years for his own use, focusing primarily on latency reduction for a better desktop experience. In early October 2016, Kolivas updated the design of his popular desktop scheduler patch set, which he renamed MuQSS. It is an update (and a name change) from his previous scheduler, BFS, and it is designed to address scalability concerns that BFS had with an increasing number of CPUs.
Update : Starting from version 1.2.1 I will switch to xanmod patches, read more about it https://xanmod.org/
The ONLY option you are likely to need is "ant_sel". The penny-pinchers at some laptop vendors,
mostly HP, decided to save a few cents to install only one antenna. That would not have been a
problem as the driver contains the logic necessary to handle this case; however, the idiots
failed to correrctly encode that information in the devices ROM. Accordingly, the driver follow
the ROM setting and uses the WRONG antenna. Effectively, the device has NO usable antennas.
Open terminal and type this :
su (if you use Terminal Emulator or Termux) rmmod <your_wifi_card> modprobe <your_wifi_card> ant_sel=<antenna_number> <your_wifi_card> is your wifi card name, like rtl8723de <antenna_number> there are 3 number you can use : 0, 1 or 2[/ICODE [/S](deprecated since I switched to rtw88 driver) [B]IV. Changelog : [/B] - In the Changelog tab [B]V. Bugs :[/B] - Not all device is supported, even if it listed in the kernel.......... [B]VI. Credit.[/B] - [URL='https://www.pixiv.net/en/users/2482417']EGO[/URL] for the art (Best HI3 artist) - [URL='https://github.com/aircrack-ng']aircrack-ng[/URL] for the rtl8188eus module - [URL='https://github.com/damentz']Steven Barrett[/URL] for[URL='https://github.com/zen-kernel'] zen-kernel project[/URL]. -[URL='https://github.com/lwfinger/'] Larry Finger (aka lwfinger)[/URL] for rtlwifi_extended modules -[URL='https://github.com/tomaspinho']Tomás Pinho (tomaspinho)[/URL] and[URL='https://github.com/endlessm'] [/URL][URL='https://www.android-x86.org/']Android-x86 Project[/URL] for rtl8821ce module. - [USER=1]@AXON[/USER] for Phoenix OS Darkmatter and Gearlock :D[ICODE]