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SubjectRe: Looking to do userless input 'make *config' .
On Mon, Mar 18, 2002 at 09:26:00PM -0500, Mr. James W. Laferriere wrote:
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> Hello All , I have a .config file that has only the needed items
> defined . What I am looking to do is have the 'make *config'
> be in a script that builds a kernel . I'd like to have all
> entries that would pop up in a 'make oldconfig' as undefined
> be defined as 'N' . I am not looking for this to cross major
> kernel versions (ie: 2.4 -> 2.5) just to many possible changes in
> the code . Does anyone have any pointers ? Tia , JimL

It's not automatic, but oldconfig defaults to "N" so 'make oldconfig' and
hold down <ENTER>...

This is a one time thing (2.4 -> 2.5) so why write a script for it?

Does anyone have any reasons why James couldn't just start compiling with a
previous .config?

hmm, maybe I should check the FAQ...

... nope, only one occourance of "oldconfig" and that didn't help...

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