Using [this .config file] with the git repository located [here], you can build your own pandaboard kernel.

Simply run “git clone” on the repo URL posted above, copy in my config file and rename to .config (add a dot to the front of the filename), and then run “make oldconfig” to update any options that may have changed since I posted it. Once that’s done, a “make uImage && make modules && make modules_install” should finish all the compiling. Then move arch/arm/boot/uImage in the git root directory (where you just ran make) to /boot (which for me is the first partition on the SD card from where the pandaboard boots).