> SuSE usually has the USB stuff as modules so I tend to leave them alone since only the modules needed get loaded anyway. Out of curiousity - what did you leave enabled, and did you compile it into the kernel or as modules?
The same way i usually compile USB, first USB as Y, all the rest as
> You've got to remember most reviews are trying to take it from a new linux user stand point, so they tend to concentrate on simple installations, etc. You (and myself) on the other hand know what you want and try to circumvent the idiot proofing in the installation. Doing this will give you warnings, but more often than not, work!
Agreed, i'm just trying to be as impartial as possible.
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