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SubjectRe: mismatch between default and defconfig LOG_BUF_SHIFT values
On Tue, 28 Nov 2006, Arjan van de Ven wrote:

> > ...
> >
> > is it worth trying to bring the Kconfig.debug default values into
> > line with the defconfig file values, to avoid any possible confusion?
> I don't think so. defconfig is just there to get some working
> system. You should really pay attention to the config options you
> care about, and select the value YOU want. Neither defconfig nor the
> "default value" matter in that. Of course especially the "default
> value" should be a sane one, but it is in this case.. your system
> boots and works fine.
> defconfig also tends to be the config used by the arch maintainer,
> eg the one he uses for his system. He might very well have different
> preferences than you have...

fair enough. i didn't *think* there was any technical reason why
those values had to match, i just thought i'd ask.

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