Subject: Re: Kernel config documentation (Re: seriousness of this Project)
To: Onno Ebbinge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: uhel <email@example.com>
Date: 09/08/2005 13:17:34
> Kernel config documentation is really high on my wish list
> and, I guess, a lot of other users...
what kind of documentation do you have in mind?
The options are described in *man options*. That seems to be the same
as the link to the FreeBSD handbook but textmode only ;)
There are many things described in the man-pages sadly often without
> On 9/8/05, Liam J. Foy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> However, on another note I would really like to see an improvement
>> in the kernel documentation. By that I do not mean internals, I
>> simply mean on how new users configure it. Similar to how FreeBSD do
>> I have seen countless times when the problem users can't get
>> they're kernel to compile is due to an incorrect config. If the
>> options where correctly documented (to a users basic
>> understanding, this excludes basic raw comments in the config
>> files) it would make it much nicer for newcomers to understand.
>> Just my opinion.
>> - Liam J. Foy
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