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I've installed ubuntu 12.04 LTS with the kernel 3.13 on my ARM Samsung / Google Chromebook,using this tutorial :

http://www.virtualopensystems.com/en/solutions/guides/kvm-on-chromebook/

I have to say that ubuntu works really good. Now I would like to add the Android kernel options inside the .config file of the kernel.

Can you explain to me,please,why when I add the options listed below to the kernel they disappear after the recompilation ? If I look inside the .config file after the kernel is re-compiled,I don't see them anymore !! These are the options that I need to enable :

CONFIG_ANDROID=y

CONFIG_ANDROID_BINDER_IPC=y

CONFIG_ASHMEM=y

CONFIG_ANDROID_LOGGER=y

CONFIG_ANDROID_PERSISTENT_RAM=y

CONFIG_ANDROID_RAM_CONSOLE=y

CONFIG_ANDROID_TIMED_OUTPUT=y

CONFIG_ANDROID_LOW_MEMORY_KILLER=y

maybe because this kernel is not compatible with Android ? What should I do to make it what I want ? Thanks.

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