Hi James, can you take a look at the thread on Yocto? It has the latest kernel (v. 3.5).
You can access the source tree too.

Adam

On Fri, Oct 5, 2012 at 12:42 PM, kfcandroid <kfc.android@gmail.com> wrote:
anyone has an idea or hint?
it's weird since Gumstix posted those developer's kernel online but not the
source code for us to re-compile.



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