Re: 2.2 kernel "flavors" needed for i386 -- any list?
On Fri, 10 Dec 1999, Drew Parsons wrote:
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: The only thing against it I can think of is the length of time it takes to
: compile the whole kernel compared with the time it takes to just compile
: pcmcia-modules. Pcmcia seems to be updated a lot more frequently than the
: kernel, and it could be a hassle having to recompile the entire kernel every
: time just to update the pcmcia modules.
Color me ignorant, but I don't undersand this argument. Can't you
recompile modules without recompiling the kernel? I know I can :)
It doesn't matter if the modules came bundled with the kernel source, or
as a seperate package AFAICT ...
Of course my argument is shot to hell if you aren't compling PCMCIA as
modules. Which laptops need PCMCIA support before modules can be
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