--- marlon corleone <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ha
scritto: 
COMPAT_LINUX is the FreeBSD  Linux-compatibility
Layer.

With this option in the kernel FreeBSD will be able to
convert Linux Syscalls into FreeBSD syscalls , in
order to Run Linux Binary on FreeBSD (you'll need also
 the package Linux_Base in order to have a userland
support for Linux binaryes , such as libraries and so
on). You can safely omit this option , if you omit
this u can enable LINUX_COMPAT by kldloading the
kernel module "linux.ko" 

Bye

Marcello
> whats COMPAT_LINUX for in NOTES, cant find man pages
> about this. and also is it ok if to remove from
> kernel
> config this two lines:
> 
> device          scbus           # SCSI bus
> (required)
> device           da
> 
> since i have ni scsi device
> 
> thanks.
> 
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