config: disabled CONFIG_SPI and CONFIG_IIO on non-ARM architectures
authorJeff Mahoney <jeffm@suse.com>
Wed, 13 Mar 2013 18:30:08 +0000 (14:30 -0400)
committerJeff Mahoney <jeffm@suse.com>
Thu, 14 Mar 2013 16:25:27 +0000 (12:25 -0400)
commit33d736f0040a00b756454f084b199f87cf960b2c
tree4d4c8ae62984bd71c671446a62ac8734f185d6ea
parent1008856010d493c6c7a91123e8d2f4504b3803ee
config: disabled CONFIG_SPI and CONFIG_IIO on non-ARM architectures

These devices are found almost entirely on embedded platforms and
end up adding hundreds of drivers for hardware that most users won't
have. On systems using them, they are more likely to be embedded
systems that should probably have a specialized kernel anyway.
31 files changed:
config/i386/debug
config/i386/default
config/i386/desktop
config/i386/ec2
config/i386/pae
config/i386/trace
config/i386/vanilla
config/i386/xen
config/ia64/debug
config/ia64/default
config/ia64/trace
config/ia64/vanilla
config/ppc/default
config/ppc/vanilla
config/ppc64/debug
config/ppc64/default
config/ppc64/trace
config/ppc64/vanilla
config/s390/s390
config/s390/trace
config/s390/vanilla
config/s390x/default
config/s390x/trace
config/s390x/vanilla
config/x86_64/debug
config/x86_64/default
config/x86_64/desktop
config/x86_64/ec2
config/x86_64/trace
config/x86_64/vanilla
config/x86_64/xen