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hauke kernel: netfilter: chain filters merged into nf_tables.ko
In mainline kernel commit 02c7b25e5f5 ("netfilter: nf_tables: build-in
filter chain type") all chain filters were merged into one file and into
one kernel module to save some memory. The code protected by these
CONFIG_NF_TABLES_INET was merged into the nft_chain_filter.c file which
is now always compiled into the nf_tables.ko file.

This only happened in kernel 4.19 and OpenWrt has to select these as
modules in older kennel versions. Mark them as build-in in the kernel
4.19 specific kernel configuration file which will then not be
overwritten by the package specific settings which try to make them
modular again.

Signed-off-by: Hauke Mehrtens <>
Latest commit fbaf483 Nov 3, 2018


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