2011/3/30 Chris Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > A quick dependency question.
> I'm fiddling with some files deep in the kernel -
> /arch/arm/mach-pxa/mfp-pxa2xx.c for example - and having real trouble
> getting the menuconfig2 build procedure to take any notice.
> I make my change (note, it's just for hardware debugging, so the relevant
> file isn't included in any of the balloon3 patches and quilt knows nothing
> about it) and type make at the top level. Precisely no notice of my change
> is taken. Why not?
> Must I include my change in a patch?
Short answer is yes.
> Typing make in the kernel build directory asks me lots of scary config
> questions and thus feels like I shouldn't be doing it.
On the toplevel directory type: make kernel, it is known to be buggy
in some cases, I was currently having a look to it, but it should be
fine if you start of a clean environment.
If it does not work give a shout here.
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