My thinking that I should spend my time working on getting a kernel newer than 2.6.29 to work. Feel free to disagree. I'm still very much learning, but I do have a good start and kind of know my way around. (Learning is fun!)
I can test kernels at will due to the hard work done by RobertBrownNZ and others in this thread - http://www.slatedroi...omething-else/.
So far, I've looked in /dev on a running WPDN and grabbed the list of devices, looked at the kernel logs to see what is initiated in there, cloned both of those repos, and compiled them successfully. Neither would boot 'out of the box', but I expected as much. They were recognized by the bootloader as valid images though. I used the s3c6400_defconfig and compiled with the uImage option, since it appears that our kernel is in that format.
I'll actually clone one or more of those repos to my github profile soon, so we will have an accessible repo to work with.
This post has been edited by randomblame: 05 May 2012 - 03:51 PM