BFS/BFQ are just additions/patches to make the kernel faster. Some say it's worth it, some don't. You can try any of the patch sets out, I really like the zen patches. Honestly it's all what you make it, the next step above what you did is just patching it yourself and going through the config file with menuconfig/xconfig/gconfig and reading/tweaking it yourself. See, it's really that easy. =P Even editing the config has aids, a lot of things have definitions and comments to tell you what to do.
Originally Posted by TFB
I don't see any of this in the pkgbuild anywhere.
I used the kernel26-mainline pkgbuild, you used the *-ck one. Different packages will (usually) have a different layout for the pkgbuild. You sill have an area where it says "make" ect... Though it looks as if you got things going good. =)
 nvidia-all doesn't build for all the kernels but most likely the currently running kernel. The only way to build for every kernel that I'm aware of is dkms kernels. They do have a dkms package, and I'm a huge fan of it, but the nvidia-all doesn't do that.Edited by mushroomboy - 1/16/11 at 9:39am