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SubjectRe: Standard for module delivery said:
> But how do you know if you should be compiling with, e.g. __SMP__
> defined,

how about: part of the kernel build process involves writing the
current config and compile options into a file[s] within
linux/include? then as long as the kernel includes are shipped with
a distribution there should be no problem...

the config could be a straight copy of .config (say,
include/linux/kernel.cfg) and make flags could be written into
something like include/linux/kernel_make.cfg.



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