kernel configuration file

Carmel carmel_ny at
Sun May 6 14:45:37 UTC 2012

On Sun, 06 May 2012 14:58:39 +0100
Matthew Seaman articulated:

>cuse4bsd is a third party module.  This means that the sources aren't
>available as part of the base system, so making work as compiled-in
>code in the kernel will require you to create patches for your kernel
>source tree.  Not impossible, but not trivial either.  I don't know if
>hps@ has any plans to import it into the base system (I doubt it
>though), but it would only appear a few releases down the line even if
>he did.

Thanks Matthew, that answered my question. It would seem that importing
that module in the base system would be a wise idea; however, that
decision is not mine to make.

Carmel ✌
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