> > To remedy this, I suggest we have an option in /etc/defaults/make.conf
> > to _not_ wipe out any modules in /boot/kernel (except kernel.ko of
> > course) if modules are not built with kernel.
> This sounds like a very bad idea, since it encourages folks to use
> modules which are not synchronized with the running kernel.

Some of us rebuild kernels without supping.  I, for one, play with all
sorts of kernel options to see what they do.

When 5.0-stable comes out, a lot of people would like this.

Having to rebuild the modules when I want to add USER_LDT to my kernel
would be bad.


Michael Lucas
Big Scary Daemons: http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/q/Big_Scary_Daemons

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