I actually thought that COMPAT_LINUX had been completely removed, just
causing opt_dontuse.h to be generated. I see now that it doesn't
even warn about this being a deprecated option. *Is* it still
considered a deprecated option? I'm sure config used to warn about
COMPAT_LINUX being deprecated a while back...
On Tue, Nov 28, 2000 at 06:22:33PM -0500, Marcel Moolenaar wrote:
> "Donald J . Maddox" wrote:
> > Also, it doesn't seem to be possible to compile 'device tdfx'
> > statically into the kernel either, since it depends on symbols
> > that only exist in the kernel when compat_linux is defined, and
> > COMPAT_LINUX is no longer an option, is it?
> COMPAT_LINUX is still supported. It's broken on the Alpha though. If
> it's broken on i386 as well, let me know. I'm not aware of any brokeness
> at this time.
> Marcel Moolenaar
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