Subject: 'no device' in kernel config [was: Re: acpi changes to GENERIC_LAPTOP]
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.org,>
From: Hubert Feyrer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/02/2005 02:22:05
In article <20050701195204.D9B313BFE3A@berkshire.machshav.com> you wrote:
> (Aside: I build my kernels via a #include of the GENERIC, plus
> a few custom additions. Is there any way to explicitly delete a device
> from an included file -- something like 'no acpi0 at mainbus0'?
options(4) documents things like:
no eisa0 at mainbus?
no mca0 at mainbus?
but config(8) says:
GENERIC.MPACPI-HF:14: `eisa0' at `mainbus?': device deletion not implemented
GENERIC.MPACPI-HF:15: `mca0' at `mainbus?': device deletion not implemented
Someone please implement! :)
With that, we could keep one GENERIC/INSTALL config file for each port,
and then base all GENERIC*/INSTALL* files on that, instead of the existing