Subject: Re: 2.0 upgrade
To: Matt Dainty <email@example.com>
From: Daniel Ouellet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/09/2005 08:53:01
Matt Dainty wrote:
> On 9 Mar 2005, at 03:37, Daniel Ouellet wrote:
>> Each person if free to compile what they fell they needs. I see no
>> good reason to roll out a big fat kernel to everyone and have plenty
>> of unused stuff distribute to everyone in case a minority wants to use
>> one possible card.
>> That's like saying the needs of the few out way the needs of the many...
> Surely that's the point of the GENERIC kernel config, something that
> will work on 99% of the hardware? Your idea of a stripped kernel config
> is probably different to someone else, and I don't think you should be
> forced into a kernel recompile immediately after install to turn basic
> stuff back on again.
And what is compile now in the kernel is shown here as well:
for both version.
If that's not supporting what you need, then you will have to recompile
the kernel to fit your needs.
Hope this help anyway and Alex did a great job at it.