|Paul on Thu, 27 Feb 2003 18:18:10 -0500|
Kevin Brosius wrote:
As others have said... 'make xconfig' is the place to start. However,
I thought "make xconfig" would automatically pick up the original configuration unless "make mrproper" was used first, which removes the .config file. If the original .config were removed, then "make oldconfig" could be used to regenerate it. Is that right? Would this make sense?
make mrproper make oldconfig make xconfig ...
(What does "mrproper" stand for anyway? I always think of it as being a person, Mr. Proper, who cleans up and puts everything in order. Kinda strange, but it works for me.)
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