Re: vexpress kernel config

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On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 02:31:13AM -0400, Jon Masters wrote:
> Folks,
> 
> Here's an update to the config-arm-generic in the scratch build from
> earlier. Once again, I insist (please) that we build in MMCI. If you
> look at the other configs (tegra,omap...) you'll see plenty of options
> that are overridden. Yes, we'll fix it so it can be a module in due
> course, but for the beta, and for now this is required in order to use
> hardware that is *always* present on vexpress. Just built in in please.
> 
> I've a scratch build going. It's possible something else is at fault,
> but hopefully that will prove this is the only change needed.

No virtio at all?  I've not used it, but there's a virtio-mmio module
upstream since 2011-10.  If it compiles, please add it to the config,
even if it doesn't function -- I'll test it.

Rich.

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