I’ve been too busy these days to compile a kernel module for android.
For those who want to compile a tun.ko kernel for Android (a commtiva z71 variant), here are the general steps. You need a linux environment to compile this module.
1. Download the kernel and supporting files for commtiva z71 devices here: https://opensource.motorola.com/sf/frs/do/viewRelease/projects.quenchxt/frs.xt5.xt502 and extract it to a directory of your choice.
2. Download the SDK and NDK for android: http://developer.android.com/sdk/ndk/index.html and http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
3. Copy config.gz from your phone and place it into your kernel source folder. To get it from your phone, type:
adb pull /proc/config.gz .
mv config .config
4. Edit .config so as TUN module will be included into the kernel:
5. Run uname to get running kernel version of your phone:
Linux localhost 18.104.22.168 #7 PREEMPT Tue Jan 4 16:51:45 CST 2011 arv61 GNU/Linux
6. If there was some extra characters in your kernel version, like 22.214.171.124-063c4d24, you’d have to edit the Makefile to use the corresponding version:
EXTRAVERSION = -063c4d24
7. Set your environment variables:
export PATH=$PATH:~[path of your arm-eabi compile toolkit binary in android ndk]
8. cd to your kernel folder and make modules
cd ~[path of your kernel source]
Resulting tun.ko should be in the drivers/net folder of your kernel source.
Just beware, it is not for the fainthearted.