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Re: GNU Mach: disabling all network device drivers

From: Da Zheng
Subject: Re: GNU Mach: disabling all network device drivers
Date: Thu, 13 May 2010 08:12:03 +0800
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On 10-5-13 上午12:26, Thomas Schwinge wrote:
> Hello!
> Adding the possibility to programmatically disable all network device
> drivers into GNU Mach's configure script is possible, but it'll take a
> bunch of time if done properly, or I can do it in a very, very ugly way.
> Instead, can't you simply use ``--disable-device-drivers --enable-ide''?
> The first statement will remove all device drivers, then the IDE one will
> be added back to the list.
> All other available drivers are either LPT / floppy / SCSI / Ethernet /
> PCMCIA, so not needed for QEMU and other emulators (or can be enabled one
> by one if desired).
> Is that sufficient?  If not, then I can put in a gross hack.
Yes, that's good enough for me. I always wanted to disable pcmcia as well but
didn't find an easy way to do so. qemu is extremely slow. the fewer files are
compiled, the better it is for me. Thanks.

Best regards,
Zheng Da

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