On Tue, 12 Feb 2002 16:58:32 +0000
"John P. Looney" <john at antefacto.com> spouted:
> Is it just me, or do less and less drivers compile statically into the
> kernel these days ?
>> Usually, there is loads of ifdef MODULE etc. In the eepro100 driver,
> there isn't any. At all. I rolled up a module-less kernel today, and it
> didn't detect the tulip or the eepro100 cards in the machine :(
>Most drivers don't do modules any more.
And IIRC, kt.zork.net had a mention from Alan Cox saying that nothing would be compiled in from 2.5 onwards, because they have a special way of doing it now.
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