I just compiled 2.4.21-pre1 for a consistency check with all configure options
set to 'y' and found a file arch/i386/kernel/scx200.c which does not compile
because of missing support in the Makefile. It is introduced by the
2.4.21-pre1 patch by Marcelo.
Is there a reason why it's in the kernel directory of the i386 architecture?
This is a very unusual place.
I moved it to drivers/char/scx200.c and it compiles like a charme, after
correcting the Makefiles. Is there any chance of moving it to from the arch
directory to a more appropriate place? Or did I misunderstand?
I don't know the scx200 Nat Sem chips, I don't have one and I don't even care,
it's just because I'm doing some thorough build checks on my new -jp kernel
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