I was having two big problems with CyanogenMod. One was that some applications will fail to install because the SDCard isn't seen. I'm not sure if this was because my SDCard was malfunctioning or there's a problem with CyanogenMod. I was able to get around the problem by unmounting the card and then do the install. Once the install finished I'd remount the card. Angry Birds Rio refused to install no matter what I tried. Are you seeing the same behavior?Now I have another ROM to explore!
My approach is to rip out the GE (Google Experience, Google Market extras) by having multiple restores in ClockWorkMod.
I have a nearly original ROM with just SU and gscript and term. I've expanded and forked that ROM to have Google Market on one restore and another without it. I download apps using GoogleMarket and if I like them I use ADB to pull the app to the PC for backup. I can later boot to the restore that does not have Market and use ADB to push the new app to it. Only those apps linked to GE-maps etc fail. I also thinned out the apps in /system/app. I moved the following apps to /sdcard/Android/StockApps as a backup then sync and reboot:
AlarmClock.apk, Browser.apk, Calculator.apk, Email.apk, HTMLViewer.apk, LiveWallpapers.apk, LiveWallpapersPicker.apk, MagicSmokeWallpapers.apk, Phone.apk, PicoTts.apk, SoundRecorder.apk, TelephonyProvider.apk, Term.apk, TtsService.apk, VisualizationWallpapers.apk
I have a much better Browser, DolphinHD (thanks to tipstir) and use RealCalc. LiveWallpapers caused more FCs than it was worth.
I was able to download the file just fine. What's in the rar is a single file, mali.ko. I'll let you download and install it Let me know if you do try it along with the results. From the description it was designed to be used with a M701-R tablet. Not sure if it will work with a 7015 running CyanogenMod.First post has link to 2.2 fix but I could not get a download to see what is in the rar