David H. Lynch Jr. dhlii at dlasys.net
Tue Apr 29 19:56:31 EST 2008

Arnd Bergmann wrote:
> On Tuesday 29 April 2008, David H. Lynch Jr. wrote:
>>     Why does CONFIG_PPC set CONFIG_HAVE_IDE ?
> Because it's possible to build ide drivers on the powerpc architecture.
> It means you get the option to enable to disable the old ATA (IDE) drivers.
> 	Arnd <><
    So CONFIG_HAVE_IDE means the architecture could have IDE rather than
it does have IDE ?
    My BSP can't have IDE, does that mean I should add
    default n if MYBSP

    ? or somehow deselect HAVE_IDE in the config option for my BSP ?

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