Kernel headers trouble
farmatito at tiscali.it
Tue Dec 6 22:11:10 UTC 2005
On Tuesday 06 December 2005 22:32, Bernhard Fischer wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 06, 2005 at 03:49:11PM +0100, Tito wrote:
> >CONFIG_TR conflicts with kernel headers
> >/usr/src/kernel-headers/include/linux/autoconf.h:1482:#define CONFIG_TR 1
> > /usr/src/kernel-headers/include/config/tr.h:1:#define CONFIG_TR 1
> >CONFIG_WATCHDOG conflicts with kernel headers
> >/usr/src/kernel-headers/include/linux/autoconf.h:1975:#define CONFIG_WATCHDOG 1
> >/usr/src/kernel-headers/include/config/watchdog.h:1:#define CONFIG_WATCHDOG 1
> >So it seems a good idea to change CONFIG_TR and CONFIG_WATCHDOG to CONFIG_BB_*
> >before the next release.
> >Rob, if you want I can try to make a patch for it
> Would something like the attached work for you (untested)
I think yes, it is about the same as i did but with another prefix ( BB_CONFIG vs ENABLE_).
Let Rob decide which one he likes better.
> - switch from CONFIG_ to BB_CONFIG to avoid kconfig namespace pollution
> with the kernel.
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