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SubjectAW: Given an image, how can show its config?
> How about putting these files in the modules directory? That 
> way, we have
> a nice consistent location for them.
> /lib/modules/`uname -r`/build/ etc. is a fair
> approximation, but
> you lose that every time the kernel source is changed, even if the new
> image isn't installed.

Your assumption is that you have only one config per machine with a certain
kernel-release and that you are building the kernel for _this_ box.
There are other options, and in these more complex cases the
"config-tracking" is more important than in the single case, where you
actually have /usr/src/linux/arch/boot.


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