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    SubjectRe: Build problems with APM/Subarch type
    > > Did all the configuration properly, except that i fumbled on the keyboard and
    > > the option 'Subarchitecture Type' somehow got set to
    > > '(SGI 320/540 Visual Workstation)'.
    >
    > Using an editor or make *config? which *config?

    make menuconfig.

    >
    > > The build failed with an error 'Undefined reference to machine_real_restart'
    >
    > Yep, I see that also.
    >
    > > It seems that , unless Subarch is PC-Compatible ( CONFIG_PC ) ,
    > > CONFIG_X86_BIOS_REBOOT will not be set and thusly, reboot.c would not be
    > > compiled.
    > >
    > > ( yeah, i know messing around with configs is suicidal, but.... )
    > >
    > > Can this be fixed ?? At the very least, hide APM options #if !(CONFIG_PC) ??
    >
    > Do you/we/maintainer know that APM is not applicable to all of the
    > other PC sub-arches?
    >
    afaics, i found 'apm.c' only in arch/i386/kernel and arch/arm/kernel.
    does that really
    confirm that apm would not be applicable for other archs ??

    > I agree that it should be fixed, one way or another.
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