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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:
> 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

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. :)


Correctness comes second.
Features come third.
Performance comes last.
Maintainability is needed for all of them.
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