All this does is put "CONFIG_BINFMT_IRIX is not set" into the
config files so that when switching dual-endian systems from LE
to BE this will default to "n" instead of "y".
The main problem with this is that, in general, there is no
need/desire to have CONFIG_BINFMT_IRIX included just because
the kernel is BE. Rather than being forced to disable this,
I think the default should be off.
In some older kernels, it this causes compile errors, but that
problem doesn't seam to exit in the latest 2.4 tree.
I tested this with menuconfig and xconfig.
I'm not an expert in all the subtle dependencies issues with
the config.in files so there may be a better way do to this.
cvs diff -uN arch/mips/config-shared.in
RCS file: /home/cvs/linux/arch/mips/Attic/config-shared.in,v
retrieving revision 184.108.40.206
diff -u -r220.127.116.11 config-shared.in
--- arch/mips/config-shared.in 5 Aug 2003 11:13:39 -0000 18.104.22.168
+++ arch/mips/config-shared.in 5 Aug 2003 17:07:24 -0000
@@ -817,6 +817,8 @@
if [ "$CONFIG_CPU_LITTLE_ENDIAN" = "n" ]; then
bool 'Include IRIX binary compatibility' CONFIG_BINFMT_IRIX
+ define_bool CONFIG_BINFMT_IRIX n
if [ "$CONFIG_CPU_R10000" = "y" ]; then