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SubjectRe: 2.4.19-ac4 build problem

>No, because it works just fine when you build the USB drivers as
>modules, and the Input core as modules, which is what the majority of
>people do.

In that case, let's add this to the help screens for the three device
types (CONFIG_INPUT_KEYBDEV, CONFIG_INPUT_MOUSEDEV, CONFIG_INPUT_JOYDEV),
after the current text:

For the drivers to link correctly, you must make the same selection (Y or
M) here as for the USB Human Interface Device (full HID) support.

Under CONFIG_USB_HID, likewise add after the current text:

For the drivers to link correctly, you must make the same selection (Y or
M) here as for Input core support.

That said, I suggest that Input core support menu be moved into the USB
support menu, where these dependency relations can be automated and made
visible to the user.

I apologize for not submitting a patch -- it's a skill I lack.

Cheers,
Peter.



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