> None of the problems that I saw would be caught by a compile--only by > trying to use the hardware. I don't have a real problem with including > devices in a compile, but making the leap to "supported" or "expected > to run" would be unconscionable. True. So we should probably have an ALL that contains everything and leave in GENERIC what's known working? perhaps we can put "no foo at bar" in GENERIC for devices not yet known to work, and leave ALL with everything? .mrg.