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SubjectRe: observations on 2.5 config screens
On Wed, Jan 08, 2003 at 01:36:06PM -0500, Bill Davidsen wrote:

> I guess, depending on your definition of fundemental. I would put any
> option which affects the kernel as a whole in that category, myself.
> Compiling with frame pointers comes to mind, since every object file is
> changed and there are performance implications as well.

No-one other than kernel hackers should be playing with that option,
hence it's in the kernel hacking menu.

> Processor option would select the processor and any architecture dependent
> options, I would think. Something like "kernel characteristics" could have
> options like smp.

SMP isn't a processor option ?

Dave

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