installation - where kernel modules are installed
WireGuard, a Revolutionary VPN Project, Adds Support for Nov 28, 2017 How to Install and Use Anbox Android Emulator on Ubuntu The kernel modules that Anbox need are not available in the official package repository of Ubuntu. But, you can easily add the morphis/anbox-support PPA and install them from there. To add the morphis/anbox-support PPA, run the following command: How to Load and Unload Kernel Modules in Linux
Building the Android Platform: Compile the Kernel
Loading kernel module in Android kernel - Stack Overflow Kernel modules (KO's) are much easier to work with than a static kernel - as long as the kernel has enabled them. The easiest way to tell is do an "adb shell lsmod". Second is to see if the kernel.config has enabled CONFIG_MODULES=y and CONFIG_MODULE_UNLOAD=y. Lots of …
How to Install and Use Anbox Android Emulator on Ubuntu
The kernel is built and then the Image.gz is then placed in the correct place in the AOSP source. After that one has to simply type make and all images are generated. What I don't understand in the AOSP process is where the built kernel modules (located in the kernel source) are installed into the Android root fs (system.img)?