Hello everybody. I have the 2.6.0 (release) kernel running pretty stable (so far) on my Compaq laptop, but I noticed that there is no way to configure the kernel so as to compile sysfs functionality with it, either as a module or inside the kernel.
It doesn't seem to be included automatically, because at boot I get the message that /sys can't be mounted as no "sysfs" filesystem type is supported.
Am I missing something here? Does the sysfs option come up only when certain parts are compiled within the kernel (not as modules)? I used "make xconfig".