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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] command line use of auto-config.in?
Paul Hartke wrote:
> I've been successfully building microblaze uclinux kernels for a while now.
> I'd like to be able to avoid the interactive step where "make menuconfig" is
> run and then the "Customize Kernel Settings" new config must be saved.
> Any recommended methods of doing this? The eventual goal is to fully build
> hardware designs and kernels via a script.
you want "make oldconfig" - it will pick up any changes in the presently
selected auto-config.in, and apply them.
The following line automates the whole thing:
$ yes "" | make oldconfig dep clean all
The clean is for safety - not always necessary but helps avoid
hard-to-debug wierdness. e.g. if you change CPU support for MUL/DIV,
that effects the libraries as well, but the auto-dependencies aren't
quite clever enough to figure that out.
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