Re: xconfig lossage: summary and suggestions (long)

Jim Dennis (
Wed, 25 Feb 1998 08:22:51 -0800

> From: "Michael L. Galbraith" <>
> On Tue, 17 Feb 1998, James Mastros wrote:
>> 5) Write menuconfig?
>> 6) Test? (I'm not certian if menuconfig is currently very useful. If you
>> want a console-based config, run config. If you want menus, use X.)
> I find menuconfig to be very nice, and would lament it's loss. I like
> menus, but don't like the idea of having to fire up X to have them.
> But then I'm not writing the code so ...
> $.02
> -Mike

Everyone I know uses menuconfig over config *and* over
xconfig. Also most of the people I know change that to

I would definitely hate to see it go.

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