Dear Nomiya San,
please look into the config file of 4.12.14:
# CONFIG_HAMRADIO is not set
this is found in /boot/config-4.12.14-lp151.28.48-default and is similar in
.config if you build the kernel. So yes, this is disabled.
I re-enabled it for testing purposes and had to add some additional entries,
then the modules are build and can be found in the hamradio - directory of the
modules of the kernel.
Am Sonntag, 3. Mai 2020, 08:15:59 CEST schrieb Masaru Nomiya:
In the Message;
Subject : Re: [opensuse] mkiss kernel module missing
Message-ID : <905c4117-e312-6806-314d-7846060e988f(a)marcchamberlin.com>
Date & Time: Sat, 2 May 2020 15:03:10 -0700
[MC] == Marc Chamberlin <marc(a)marcchamberlin.com> has written:
MC> send me a set of instructions before I do anything further. ;-)
MC> I have submitted a bug report about the missing mkiss module, and got
the following response which I added a further comment and pushed
back on -
MC> Takashi Iwai commented on the bug report -
MC>> CONFIG_HAMRADIO was set off already in Leap 15.0, so it's nothing
MC>> new in Leap 15.1.
MC>> We've disabled drivers that appear almost unused at upgrading to the
major MC>> version, and this was one of the results, I suppose.
Certainly, google answered, 'Ham on Linux? It's a history'. :-)
Anyway, I inspected the files of kernel 4.12.14, but I couldn't find
out the disabling the HAMRADIO.
He uses a magic, I wonder.
Moreover, in kernel 5.6.x, it is set;
I'd like to know, but 5.6.x isn't supported...
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