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> > > The help and the tristate seems to indicate that I should be able to
> > > compile it into the kernel, but menuconfig wont let me. This is
> > > presumably due to the dependancy but is it right?
> >
> > Yes, this was the behaviour of the old config tools, which was restored
> > with 2.5.65. This means 'm' is a marker that this thing works only as a
> > module.
> > If you want the other behaviour, that it can only be built as a module in
> > a modular kernel, but compile it into a nonmodular kernel, you can use "m
> > || !MODULES" instead.
>
> Ahhh. So if I want module support but not use it as a module then I'm
> SOL?

vi .config

John.
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