[LAD] exciting news about the realtime kernel tree

MarcO'Chapeau marco at marcochapeau.org
Fri Feb 27 07:32:37 UTC 2009

On Thu, 26 Feb 2009 18:46:32 +0100, Luis Garrido
<luisgarrido at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>> Run 'make oldconfig'. That will stop when it encounters a new option
> Certainly, but that assumes that you have already done the job of
> pruning the kernel tree to the needs of your machine, so you don't
> have to build the whole behemoth.
> I think Jens was hinting at automating that step too, making use of
> the module detection facilities of a running stock kernel.

I do not know about automating it, but doing it by hand is certainly good
for one's culture, and you only have to do it once since you can migrate
you .config file from one tree to a new one.

I've been using the same config file for years. Eventually, I sometimes
have to take a look at new options/drivers to add (or remove). 
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