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Re: GENERIC to custom Kernel parser
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: GENERIC to custom Kernel parser
- From: "Jeremey A. Mates" <jmates_(_at_)_sial_(_dot_)_org>
- Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2001 20:34:52 -0700
- Mail-followup-to: "Jeremey A. Mates" <jmates_(_at_)_darkness_(_dot_)_sial_(_dot_)_org>, misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Organization: http://www.sial.org/
* Daniel Ouellet <daniel_(_at_)_presscom_(_dot_)_net> [2001-09-23 18:35:26]:
> The second one was for the USB. Your script remove the following line
> usb* at uhci?
> and maid the final version not compile. After I put it back in, it when
> zooming like a charm. This may be corrected in your new version with the
> Physical as well. I would be very happy to test it out for you on my
> hardware if you like.
USB support tends to get clobbered by device pruning scripts-- unless
you happen to have all the USB devices plugged in and detected at boot
My own kernel config hacking script, written before I went looking to
see if somebody had already invented this particular flavor of wheel:
It allows a list of extra modules to be supplied at the command line
that you don't want clobbered, e.g. all those funny usb devices.
Jeremy Mates http://www.sial.org/
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