Already had lzo, added xz (SGX pnd is xz compressed, saves over 30MB)-added lzo and xz support for squashfs
Hmm ok, agree it's not needed.-Removed IP: kernel level autoconfiguration (!).
Don't think these are useful for pandora, nobody ever asked for them.-Added all bunch in Network packet filtering framework (Netfilter) as modules.
-Added IP set
-Added packet mangling
-Added 802.1d Ethernet Bridging as a module.
-Added 802.1Q VLAN Support as a module.
-Added all bunch in QoS and/or fair queueing as modules.
-Added Plan 9 Resource Sharing Support (9P2000) as a module.
-Added Bonding driver support as a module (may be fun with two usb adapters).
Don't think we need all of them either, don't want things to sit on tiny NAND in everyone's pandora and be never used.-Fully-enabled crypto modules.
I know it's too little too late, but it has been fixed in kernel included in SuperZaxxon 1.54..I found a new issue. I was trying to port "kexecboot" to the Pandora to create a userfriendly method of booting different kernels and/or the same kernel with different options without manually editing "boot.txt" each time. This "soft" bootloader uses the kexec method of the kernel. The option is included in the 3.2.17 and the old 2.6 kernel. But when using it the screen fades to black and that's it (3.2) or the Pandora freezes (2.6.).
Ok i will try now. I tried the rc4 because i had shutdown problems with -rc5 on my main PC.This works for me (run from kernel tree):
./scripts/mkuboot.sh -A arm -O linux -C none -T kernel -a 0x80008000 -e 0x80008000 -n 'Linux-3.9.0-rc5' -d arch/arm/boot/zImage uImage
Make sure you have the latest update from git, it has a patch that fixes pandora's LCD.