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Old 3rd November 2011, 16:27
masuch masuch is offline
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My idea is:
At this moment my script has 2 options:
1. normal kernel compilation from source code - works.
2. kernel compilation with ubuntu patches - works.
3. option is not done yet. and it should be compile kernel with 3rd party configuration file (like redhat el 6 ).

Within all these options I have to manually change (like is described in URL you pointed to) configuration.
I would like to amend my script to NOT to use manual intervention. Is it possible to generate default configuration file automatically ? And why I need this ? Because I am going to have all the time the last default config changes.

- Let's say I have some settings for i7 2600 sandy bridge.
- compare it with generated configuration file with default settings - I would like to know how to do it without manual intervention ?
- apply my changes to default config file.
- compile kernel with this new config.

if this is wrong - so I am looking for some another attitude satisfied not to manually make config changes :-)
maximus iv extreme R3, BIOS:1850;i7 2600k(3.4GHz) OC:5.1GHz (air);16GB vengeance OC:1600MHz/;ATI HD 6990 830MHz(air);HDs SATA III/II,AHCI,hot-plug;Firewire PCI-E not detected;
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