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    SubjectRe: Automatic Configuration of a Kernel
    Ahmad Reza Cheraghi wrote:
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    > If the script want to ask some question, what will be
    > the difference if we write make config.

    The main difference will be that the options without "auto" flag
    or where the script said "n" will be skipped.

    It will reduce quite considerably the number of questions.

    The algorithm is quite simple:

    If (no "auto" field) ---> go for the default

    If ("auto" field) --->
    script gives n ---> go for "n"
    script gives y ---> ask for [y/n]
    script gives y/m --> ask for [y/m/n]

    That's all folks...

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