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SubjectRe: Building a 2.4.x kernel with all options
On Tue, 18 March 2003 11:15:05 +0000, Henrique Gobbi wrote:
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> Is there a easy way to compile a linux 2.4 kernel with all possible
> options. That is, something like "make all" or "make everything".
>
> I need to build a kernel that has everything set. If possible I'd like
> to use everything that can be module as module.'
>
> Any hint is welcome

There is no easy way, there isn't even a single "biggest .config".
Some drivers are mutually exclusive, so you have to chose.

Tomorrow at work, I can send you a .config that should have almost
everything compiled into the kernel, for i386 uniprocessor, linux
2.4.21-pre3.

If you manage to create an even bigger .config from that base or have
other maxed our configs for smp, other platforms or other kernels, I'd
like to get a copy. But make sure they compile first. :)

Jörn

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