Thank you for your comments. The User Config menu is completely disabled and isn't available in -CURRENT now.
I strongly doubt it will ever come back. You see, we can now set/unset/edit device resource "hints" from the loader(8) prompt, thus, there is little need to have the old User Config menu compiled into the kernel. Please also have a look at my draft on the man page for device.hints(5). http://people.freebsd.org/~yokota/device.hints.5 The only thing which were available in the User Config, but is not in the loader(8) is the "Visual" User Config option. But, I expect such visual front-end to edit the device resource hints can be added to the loader, in one way or another. Kazu >> Please have a look at my preliminary patch at >> >> http://people.freebsd.org/~yokota/man4update.diff > >Very nice work! Especially all the references to hints. >Must have taken quite some time. Thank you :) > >In the atkbd.4 manpage you changed a part in: > > The > .Nm > -driver accepts the following driver flags. They can be set either in > the > -kernel configuration file > -(see > -.Xr config 8 ) , > -or else in the User Configuration Menu at boot time > +driver accepts the following driver flags. > +They can be set either in > +.Pa /boot/device.hints , > +or else from within the boot loader > (see > -.Xr boot 8 ) . > +.Xr loader 8 ) . > >Same thing can also be found at psm.4, syscons.4, matcd.4 > >Since both the User Configuration menu can be used (provided that >support has been compiled in the kernel) do you think you could >mention both somehow? Or is this not really necessary? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message