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SubjectRe: [PATCH 2.5][RFC] Make mconf inform user about supported make targets
On Tue, Mar 04, 2003 at 12:30:54PM +0100, Erlend Aasland wrote:
> Scenario: I do a make menuconfig on my sparc64 machine. When mconf exits, it
> tells me "Next, you may run 'make bzImage', 'make bzdisk', or 'make install'."
> Problem: These are i386-specific targets. Issuing a "make help", I see
> that {vmlinux{,.aout},tftpboot.img} are the sparc64-specific targets.
> Solution: Get mconf to tell the user about arch-specific targets,
> instead of i386 targets.

I see no need for this patch.
Most architectures today (if not all) has a sensible default target.

So changing mconf to print something like:
"Next, you may run 'make' to build your kernel."

Should be a good enough guide for the user.

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