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Make the Default Config
There are many useful make targets to control kernel configs. In particular, the architecture specific ones are most useful in cross-compiling applications. You can see all available architecture specfic default configurations with the following command.
{{console|body=
###i## make -j$(nproc) \##i## ARCH=arm \##i## CROSS_COMPILE=${CHOST}- \##i## make_defconfig_help # Architecture specific targets (arm):}} ... <targets we donHere't need> ... acs5k_defconfig - Build s a good default config to start with for acs5kacs5k_tiny_defconfig - Build for acs5k_tinyam200epdkit_defconfig - Build for am200epdkitassabet_defconfig - Build for assabetat91_dt_defconfig - Build for at91_dtaxm55xx_defconfig - Build for axm55xxbadge4_defconfig - Build for badge4##r##bcm2709_defconfig - Build for bcm2709bcm2835_defconfig - Build for bcm2835bcm_defconfig - Build for bcmbcmrpi_defconfig - Build for bcmrpicerfcube_defconfig - Build for cerfcubeclps711x_defconfig - Build for clps711x...<lots o configs>...zeus_defconfig - Build for zeuszx_defconfig - Build for zx the rpi3...<more targets we don't need> ... }} 
{{console|body=
###i## make -j$(nproc) \##i## ARCH=arm \##i## CROSS_COMPILE=${CHOST}- \##i## bcm2709_defconfig
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