[SM-Discuss] linux-new call
Sergey A. Lipnevich
sergey at optimaltec.com
Mon May 30 23:06:18 EDT 2005
I think not. But if you leave it like this it woudn't be called
"functionality" at all because it wouldn't work :-). Is there a way for
a kernel build to "refresh" configuration without going into interactive
menu? Something like "config" without "menu?"
On Mon, 2005-05-30 at 22:57 -0400, David Michael Leo Brown Jr. wrote:
> >Hey David,
> >I glanced through Wiki page and have a question. If the kernel version
> >changes, new parameters are added sometimes, so the kernel doesn't build
> >without going into menuconfig. In the Wiki, you say that the only way to
> >go into menuconfig is to do "cast -r", but "sorcery system-update"
> >doesn't do that, so the new version of the kernel will not cast during
> >system update in at least 50% of cases. The current situation is no
> >better, but maybe there's a solution to this problem that the linux-new
> >spell can achieve?
> Well there's only one thing I can do to fix this and that's not make it
> update the version with a sorcery system-update.
> Which can be done pretty easy.
> The question would be 'Would this be desireable functionality?'
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