I don't know. It wasn't my idea.
> Currently the driver for my wireless network (ray_cs) is found in the
> kernel, but not in pcmcia-cs (it must be downloaded separately), but I need
> to build pcmcia-cs to get the userspace tools, and depending on the order in
> which I build and install the kernel and pcmcia-cs, the other modules are
> different ... very confusing for users
The kernel stuff doesn't interact nicely with the standalone package,
and fixing that is a high priority for me. I know it is confusing;
for the moment all I can say is "well, it's a development kernel".
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