Fedora and Ubuntu Kernel Config Comparison

Posted by slacker_mike on May 10, 2013 7:28 AM EDT
jwboyer.livejournal.com; By Josh Boyer
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Every once in a while, I crawl out from under the rock that is bugzilla and I try and look around at what others are doing in the distro kernel space. Today I was curious how Fedora and Ubuntu compare in how they configure the kernel. I've long thought that for all the focus the kernel gets, it should be the most boring package in an entire distro. It should work, work well, and that is about it. It isn't there to differentiate your distro. It's there to let your distro run. So, will my personal belief stand up, or would I find something in the configs that proves one "distro" is better than another? Let's dive in.

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