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Old 11-07-2010, 02:15 PM   #1
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Can Ketchup be configured for enabling specific drivers?


Generally I compile new upcoming kernel in kernel.org and check if vmware drivers version are available. I do manual task of compiling the kernel and enabling vmware drivers through make menuconfig. I came across ketchup and found it little interesting. It automates the patching of kernel with new releases. But I wonder how can I enable including vmware module as I do with make menuconfig.

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