On Sat, Jan 31, 2004 at 12:42:07AM +0000, Dave Jones wrote:
On Fri, Jan 30, 2004 at 04:01:59PM -0800, Greg KH wrote:
whilst Fedora 2 kernel is pretty darn close to mainline, it isn't exactly
mainline, what with exec-sheild, and a handful of smaller patches.
> I don't really care myself, but if you do want to select a specific
> device, I suggest the CONFIG_USB_GADGET_NET2280 (you have to choose
> one), as that is a real pci card that people can use in a normal
That was another reason.. I couldn't decide which way to go, so I
was procrastinating 8)
> I was worried that there was something wrong with the build that I
> might have broken.
I think I'll leave it as it is right now. I still think someone would
either use an upstream source tree, or if they are using the Fedora tree,
they'd likely want to change some options in the .config anyway.
(I doubt an embedded device would want modules for everything under the
sun for example).
But the Net2280 device is not for embedded systems (well, it can show up
there, but it's a PCI card). I can use it on my desktop to test out the
gadget code, plugging the cable from it into the usb bus, causing my
machine to be both a USB host and a USB gadget at the same time.
Anyway, it's probably wise to disable it, as almost no one will ever use
that code :)