<in short, menuconfig hangs if lxdialog is built for wrong
> This does not make sense...
> lxdialog are compiled utilising HOSTCC, and HOSTCC always points to gcc.
> So unless you fail to keep gcc for native in PATH and use:
> $> make CROSS_COMPILE=arm all
> to do cross-compile the above scenario should not be possible.
No, much simpler scenario; your kernel source is on an NFS partition.
You cross compile it; many days later you compile the same code natively
on the target from the same directory (for example if you suspect
instability is caused by cross compilation).
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