My issue is the same old thing that comes up when you insist on installing the nVIDIA driver. Mostly they work, but ever so often they do not. Since there is a newer driver version, it most likely will be updated to work in the future. But in the end, the loss is mine wanting to use their driver with every released kernel version.
Originally Posted by lwfinger
While I have got your attention, I have a question. Have you ever used any of these in creating your kernel configuration?
Anyone of the above configs can cause the kernel compiles to drop to a 1/4 of normal, but any module not presently loaded, is excluded and not useable later it would seem. Don't have that thumb drive plugged in? Can't use it later then perhaps. So any comment you might have on this subject is very important to me.
chmod +x ./scripts/kconfig/streamline_config.pl ; ./scripts/kconfig/streamline_config.pl > ./config_strip ; mv ./config_strip ./.config