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SubjectRe: PATCH: Enable IP PNP for 2.4.4-ac8
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davem@redhat.com said:
> I hate config options that change how the core of the kernel boot
> makes decisions. Things like "where is root", "what is my network
> address or where do I get that information" have no reasonable
> default. This is why the command line args are there.

If you're told (by rdev because the poxy bootloader on the board can't
pass args to the kernel) that root is /dev/nfs, and you don't have a
command line telling you your IP information, then there _is_ a reasonable
default, and it is to do DHCP.

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dwmw2


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