Pretty much what I thought too ...
There's no reference to the .config file anywhere on their sites (sf.net or
smoothwall.org) and a google only shows others also complaining ...
Strings might help ... otherwise, anyone got alternative suggestions ...
smoothwall not wanting to cooperate, and my time quickly approaching limits
... (house purchase / DIY etc will have to take precedence !)
I'd rather something I can get up and running fairly quickly if possible
> -----Original Message-----
> Surely a kernel compiled with a certain .config is a derived
> work of the GPL-ed kernel. And the .config should be considered
> a "source" file. Therefore smoothwall are obliged to provide
> you with their .config. So it must be there...
>> As an aside, I believe the new kbuild/CML2 stuff will have the
> infrastructure available to implement /proc/config which would
> let the kernel dump out its own config.
>> Another way might be to run strings on the (uncompressed) vmlinux
> binary. Probably won't give you the level of detail that you
> need, though.
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