[Udpcast] Quesiton on Kernel builds?
alain at knaff.lu
Thu Oct 30 16:38:39 CET 2008
Michael D. Setzer II wrote:
> I had looked at that before, but the system creates modules, and would require, and with the
> current setup of having about 10 kernels would require making many directories with these
> files, and since it resides in the filesystem, whereas the kernels with everything build in only
> take about 5 - 6 M that are in the isolinux directory, and don't take space on the ramdisk file
Well, theoretically, you could take my config file (to compile a kernel
with modules), boot it, find out which modules you need.
For the modules you need, replace the =m with =y to compile them in
For the others remove them (by saying # CONFIG_FEATURE_XYZ is not set)
> Thanks for the info, will have to look into things a little more.
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