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Sun Sep 9 14:40:39 PDT 2012
From: Bruce Dubbs <bruce.dubbs at gmail.com>
To: LFS Support List <lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org>
Sent: Sunday, September 9, 2012 3:31 PM
Subject: Re: [lfs-support] prerequisites
Robert Cox wrote:
> communication skills are a personal weakness, please allow me to
> elaborate further... LOL
Yes, I see that. Don't top post.
> my question is about menuconfig... in several howto web pages they
> refer to copying the /boot/.config file from the distro currently
> running to the .config file in the build directory to use as a
> starting point . Then loading that .config file as and "alternate
> file" and continuing the customization from there.
We do not recommend that. As I said, the distro probably has everything
as a module. You want to minimize modules for LFS, especially when
Try 'make defconfig' followed by 'make menuconfig'
> As simply stated as I can think to ask, if I load an "alternate"
> config as stated above, and then make new choices in menuconfig such
> as running "make localmodconfig" does this action "append" the
> .config file or make a new one?
It replaces the current .config.
I see I'm still not communicating....lol "subject line" is prerequisites
please except my appology... I'm reading and doing the exercises in the prerequisites.
I was simply trying to build a custom kernel for my distro at this point... as an exercise
before building LFS.
"It replaces the current .config " wow... now I'm really confused LOL
trying to understand
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