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SubjectRe: serial console
On 5/17/05, Matt Mackall <> wrote:
> On Mon, May 16, 2005 at 04:37:12PM -0700, Andrew Morton wrote:
> >
> > It would be nicer if this was a static inline, so all the function call
> > code at the callsites is removed by the compiler.
> Better yet, a patch that's actually right. add_preferred_console is
> setting the console used by init and so on, so it's still relevant
> with CONFIG_PRINTK off. So I just move it out of the ifdef. Obviously
> more correct(tm).
> Move add_preferred_console out of CONFIG_PRINTK so serial console does
> the right thing.

What's the purpose of serial console if printk is disabled? I suggest
we put add_preferred_console and all its callers, console code etc

Coywolf Qi Hunt
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