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Old 25th August 2009, 05:24 AM
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Missing make menuconfig options

I am having a problem setting up LIRC. When configuring a custom kernel using fedoraproject.org instructions, the make menuconfig options for LIRC are not in the .config file anywhere. I checked the kernel tree and all the files are there in the .../drivers/input/lirc subdirectory (I need the lirc_dev and lirc_i2c drivers). I reset the .config to its original settings to make sure I didn't mess up. I also grep'ed the .config file for any LIRC related settings, none found. Also I'm not getting any sound from the radio-aztech driver. I wonder if it really works.
This was all working properly with Fedora 6.

Help is sincerely appreciated.
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Old 26th August 2009, 09:08 PM
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The item needs to be enabled in the source tree input subdiretory's Kconfig file.
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