[LAD] exciting news about the realtime kernel tree
Jens M Andreasen
jens.andreasen at comhem.se
Fri Feb 27 09:04:53 UTC 2009
Allrighty then, by hand is the way to go. With 50+ modules loaded on the
running machine, that should take no more than a week to identify what
they are, what they do (if anything?) and correct possible mistakes ...
Or just leave it the way it is and do the laundry, take a nap, visit
friends and watch some television :-D
On Fri, 2009-02-27 at 08:32 +0100, MarcO'Chapeau wrote:
> 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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