On Wed, 2012-01-25 at 15:49 +0000, Steve McIntyre wrote: > Following up on the conversation from last week... > > Attached is a diff for squeeze. This kernel boots and runs fine on > arne.debian.org, just tested. The diff between the new config.mv78xx0 > and config.orion5x is tiny (mostly comments), but they're not > compatible as a single flavour: Right. But I look at these two configurations and cannot understand the reasoning behind the driver selection. They have PCI, but a lot of PCI drivers disabled. I assume this is because there are no PCI slots? If that is the case then there are a whole lot more PCI drivers that cannot be used and should be disabled, which will cut the compile time down significantly. Ben. > $ diff -u config.orion5x config.mv78xx0 | wc -l > 112 > > Looking into an equivalent for sid right now. > -- Ben Hutchings Horngren's Observation: Among economists, the real world is often a special case.
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