>CML2 drops its configuration results in the same place, in the same
>formats, as CML1. So you should in fact be able to type `make menuconfig'
>and `make oldconfig' with good results. Have you actually tried this?
No, I haven't tried it yet. I usually wait for things like this to be included
in Linus' or Alan's kernels before trying them. In this case, I might have
tried it by now but I only have Python 1.5.2 on my system and don't want to
upgrade it until/unless it's absolutely necessary. So I probably won't see CML2
until Linus puts it in 2.5. My comments have been based on your descriptions of
it on lkml.
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