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How do I disable modversions in the kernel

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How do I disable modversions in the kernel
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Question by:Tancred
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When you configure your kernel the option I think you want is under "Loadable module support"
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in .config:

# CONFIG_MODVERSIONS
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Thanks ahoffmann

where is that file .config, I don't find it.

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/usr/src/linux
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