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SubjectRe: observations on 2.5 config screens
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On Wed, 2003-01-08 at 09:32, Bill Davidsen wrote:

> Someone else suggested putting all the low level options like preempt,
> smp, and the stuff in kernel-hacking into a single menu, with a better
> name.

I do not think I like this. SMP, kernel preemption, and high memory
support are the three most fundamental choices one makes during
configuration.

They should be out in the open, in the beginning, in a well-labeled
category. They only issue I see is "processor options" should be
renamed "core options" or whatever. But that is trivial.

Robert Love

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