Re: building a custom kernel-WAS: Re: USB disk shows up late at boot
On Thu December 24 2009, Celejar wrote:
> > relating to doing so. When compiling one's first custom kernel one
> > should start with _ONLY_ the functionality one needs. Then build things
> > up from there as you need more abilities from you kernel. ;)
> But I'd add that it's very easy to disable something that you don't
> realize you need, so be very careful about what you disable. The
> quality and penetrability of the kernel docs really varies widely ...
this is the "learning" part.. knowing what you need, what you MIGHT need, and
what you don't have to have to make it work..
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