Before configuring the kernel (IE doing make xconfig or make menuconfig, or
just editing .config) do a make oldconfig. That will load the defaults in
all parts, otherwise I'd suggest reading the help that's included with the
given options in the configuration program (IE hit ? in make menuconfig or
click on the *fuzzy memory* help button in make xconfig).
Hope that helps
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From: "Peter Moscatt" <email@example.com>
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Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2001 3:57 PM
Subject: Kernel Recommended Defaults
> I am about to compile and install my first kernel and
> want to make sure I have things pretty well set before
> I create the image.
> Is there guides available where they show recommended
> defaults - especially in the Network arena ?
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