I can pick up any number of kernel source trees for my Beagleboard from all
sorts of places, either git repositories or as tarballs. (FWIW, Beagleboard
is a low-cost ARM OMAP3 hardware platform, kind of an eval board.)
My question is: For such hardware-specific kernels, is it reasonable or
logical to expect that these .config files will already be set with the most
Is there some sort of custom or tradition here, or no? Will I still need to
"make xconfig" an puzzle through the options?