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authorMike Pagano <mpagano@gentoo.org>2018-08-12 19:21:05 -0400
committerBertrand Jacquin <bertrand@jacquin.bzh>2018-10-12 00:39:49 +0200
commit1ecfb374606ea5726007b20516014351042edf2b (patch)
tree5b18ed12af5f8e5f4b3e0d03507430554936bbb3
parent4.18:4400_alpha-sysctl-uac.patch (diff)
downloadlinux-1ecfb374606ea5726007b20516014351042edf2b.tar.gz
4.18:4567_distro-Gentoo-Kconfig.patch
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diff --git a/Kconfig b/Kconfig
index a90d9f9e268b..c5a834f8f564 100644
--- a/Kconfig
+++ b/Kconfig
@@ -10,3 +10,5 @@ comment "Compiler: $(CC_VERSION_TEXT)"
source "scripts/Kconfig.include"
source "arch/$(SRCARCH)/Kconfig"
+
+source "distro/Kconfig"
diff --git a/distro/Kconfig b/distro/Kconfig
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index 000000000000..e56515144fed
--- /dev/null
+++ b/distro/Kconfig
@@ -0,0 +1,145 @@
+menu "Gentoo Linux"
+
+config GENTOO_LINUX
+ bool "Gentoo Linux support"
+
+ default y
+
+ help
+ In order to boot Gentoo Linux a minimal set of config settings needs to
+ be enabled in the kernel; to avoid the users from having to enable them
+ manually as part of a Gentoo Linux installation or a new clean config,
+ we enable these config settings by default for convenience.
+
+ See the settings that become available for more details and fine-tuning.
+
+config GENTOO_LINUX_UDEV
+ bool "Linux dynamic and persistent device naming (userspace devfs) support"
+
+ depends on GENTOO_LINUX
+ default y if GENTOO_LINUX
++
+ select DEVTMPFS
+ select TMPFS
+ select UNIX
+
+ select MMU
+ select SHMEM
+
+ help
+ In order to boot Gentoo Linux a minimal set of config settings needs to
+ be enabled in the kernel; to avoid the users from having to enable them
+ manually as part of a Gentoo Linux installation or a new clean config,
+ we enable these config settings by default for convenience.
+
+ Currently this only selects TMPFS, DEVTMPFS and their dependencies.
+ TMPFS is enabled to maintain a tmpfs file system at /dev/shm, /run and
+ /sys/fs/cgroup; DEVTMPFS to maintain a devtmpfs file system at /dev.
+
+ Some of these are critical files that need to be available early in the
+ boot process; if not available, it causes sysfs and udev to malfunction.
++
+ To ensure Gentoo Linux boots, it is best to leave this setting enabled;
+ if you run a custom setup, you could consider whether to disable this.
+
+config GENTOO_LINUX_PORTAGE
+ bool "Select options required by Portage features"
++
+ depends on GENTOO_LINUX
+ default y if GENTOO_LINUX
++
+ select CGROUPS
+ select NAMESPACES
+ select IPC_NS
+ select NET_NS
+ select SYSVIPC
++
+ help
+ This enables options required by various Portage FEATURES.
+ Currently this selects:
++
+ CGROUPS (required for FEATURES=cgroup)
+ IPC_NS (required for FEATURES=ipc-sandbox)
+ NET_NS (required for FEATURES=network-sandbox)
+ SYSVIPC (required by IPC_NS)
+
+
+ It is highly recommended that you leave this enabled as these FEATURES
+ are, or will soon be, enabled by default.
+
+menu "Support for init systems, system and service managers"
+ visible if GENTOO_LINUX
+
+config GENTOO_LINUX_INIT_SCRIPT
+ bool "OpenRC, runit and other script based systems and managers"
+
+ default y if GENTOO_LINUX
+
+ depends on GENTOO_LINUX
+
+ select BINFMT_SCRIPT
+
+ help
+ The init system is the first thing that loads after the kernel booted.
+
+ These config settings allow you to select which init systems to support;
+ instead of having to select all the individual settings all over the
+ place, these settings allows you to select all the settings at once.
+
+ This particular setting enables all the known requirements for OpenRC,
+ runit and similar script based systems and managers.
+
+ If you are unsure about this, it is best to leave this setting enabled.
+
+config GENTOO_LINUX_INIT_SYSTEMD
+ bool "systemd"
+
+ default n
+
+ depends on GENTOO_LINUX && GENTOO_LINUX_UDEV
+
+ select AUTOFS4_FS
+ select BLK_DEV_BSG
+ select CGROUPS
+ select CHECKPOINT_RESTORE
+ select CRYPTO_HMAC
+ select CRYPTO_SHA256
+ select CRYPTO_USER_API_HASH
+ select DEVPTS_MULTIPLE_INSTANCES
+ select DMIID if X86_32 || X86_64 || X86
+ select EPOLL
+ select FANOTIFY
+ select FHANDLE
+ select INOTIFY_USER
+ select IPV6
+ select NET
+ select NET_NS
+ select PROC_FS
+ select SECCOMP
+ select SECCOMP_FILTER
+ select SIGNALFD
+ select SYSFS
+ select TIMERFD
+ select TMPFS_POSIX_ACL
+ select TMPFS_XATTR
+
+ select ANON_INODES
+ select BLOCK
+ select EVENTFD
+ select FSNOTIFY
+ select INET
+ select NLATTR
+
+ help
+ The init system is the first thing that loads after the kernel booted.
+
+ These config settings allow you to select which init systems to support;
+ instead of having to select all the individual settings all over the
+ place, these settings allows you to select all the settings at once.
+
+ This particular setting enables all the known requirements for systemd;
+ it also enables suggested optional settings, as the package suggests to.
+
+endmenu
+
+endmenu