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I executed find_all_modules.sh script from the book Linux Kernel in a Nutshell, author Greg Kroah-Hartman. These are drivers modules which must be enabled in custom kernel to make my configuration work properly:

asus_atk0110.ko coretemp.ko drm_kms_helper.ko drm.ko evbug.ko fb_ddc.ko hid-generic.ko hid.ko i2c-algo-bit.ko i2c-i801.ko intel-rng.ko leds-ss4200.ko lpc_ich.ko mac_hid.ko microcode.ko mxm-wmi.ko nouveau.ko nvidia_current_updates.ko nvidiafb.ko parport.ko parport_pc.ko pcspkr.ko psmouse.ko r8169.ko serio_raw.ko shpchp.ko snd-hda-codec.ko snd-hda-intel.ko snd-hwdep.ko snd.ko snd-page-alloc.ko snd-pcm.ko snd-pcsp.ko snd-timer.ko soundcore.ko ttm.ko usbhid.ko usbmouse.ko vgastate.ko video.ko wmi.ko

How to find this modules in xconfig of linux kernel? I compiled kernel multiple times, works perfect, just help me to fine-tune it for my hardware. I asked this question on local Ubuntu Serbia forum, but no one knows...

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After loading xconfig, go to Menu > Edit > Find. That should give you a search box so you can find the various sections: enter a general search term like serio, for example, and you should find the serio_raw option that you want. –  user76204 Nov 8 '13 at 18:30
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