Re: 2.6 module makefile - official syntax for SUBDIRS argument



On Wed, 26 Jul 2006 12:13:36 -0500, dnewbold
<dnewbold@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Where can I find any official documentation for the description and
syntax of the SUBDIRS argument as used in building kernel modules for
the 2.6 kernel?

In the Documentation/kbuild directory under the kernel source tree. The
Rubini book (Linux Device Drivers) also has some description of this.


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