Re: Intend to package, create OSS/Free
On Tue, Oct 13, 1998 at 12:07:29AM -0500, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> Actually, since yo have done it, you have way more experience
> with the process than I (I just do the make-kpkg end). Could you
> please document what you did? I shall chime in and add what make-kpkg
> provides, and what targets it calls.
That would be great, because I'm trying to do it for yam (a driver
for a packet modem).
> Why do you get the kernel version from files? make-kpkg
> provides the kernel version in the environment var KVERS, as well as
> the location of the kernel source, and the maintainers name and email
What if someone switches in to /usr/src/modules/blah and runs
"debian/rules binary" by hand?
> ifndef MODULES_ENABLED
> @echo Modules not configured, so not making modules_image
> -for module in $(MODULE_LOC)/* ; do \
> (cd $$module; \
> ./debian/rules KVERS="$(version)" KSRC="$(SRCTOP)" \
> KMAINT="$(pgp)" KEMAIL="<$email>" \
> kdist_image; ); \
Does this call the "kdist_image" target? Never heard of it?
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