Also, sid is using kernel 3.2, but the signed ubuntu kernel is 3.5. Is this a problem, or will apt handle recompiling the debian modules, etc?Thanks,CoreyOn Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 12:48 PM, Corey Velan <email@example.com> wrote:
OK- I'm trying to do #3, but having some difficulty- I must be doing something wrong. I'm not clear how to make live-build take everything from debian except the kernel. I've done the following:1- In lb config, I set --llinux-packages to "linux-image", --linux-flavours to "generic"2- I created config/archives/ubuntu-kernel.list.chroot and added "deb http://us.archived.com/ubuntu quantal main" and corresponding entries for quantal-updates and quantal-security3- I created a config/chroot_apt/preferences file and put the following:Package: linux-*Pin: release n=quantalPin-Priority: 600Package: *Pin: release n=quantalPin-Priority: 1However, when I build I get the following error:
Unpacking linux-firmware (from .../linux-firmware_1.95_all.deb) ...
dpkg: error processing /var/cache/apt/archives/linux-firmware_1.95_all.deb (--unpack):
trying to overwrite '/lib/firmware/radeon/BARTS_mc.bin', which is also in package firmware-linux-nonfree 0.36+wheezy.1
Is my config/chroot_apt/preferences file for correct?
Note the above is for my i386 build which I'm trying to create first. For 64, I plan to use --llinux-packages "linux-signed-image" to get the signed ubuntu kernel (only the 64 bit kernel is signed).Thanks,CoreyOn Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 3:29 PM, Daniel Baumann <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On 01/30/2013 08:17 PM, Corey Velan wrote:yes.
are you referring specifically to the changes to
scripts/config/1150-xserver-xorg since November 2012?
casper is a dead end in so many ways, i wouldn't waste time on that.
1- Use ubuntu/casper and modify 20xconfig in casper to use the logic in
2- Is trying to use ubuntu with live-boot (rather than casper) not going to work?
it should work, but since nobody tests that regularly, there might be the one or other adjustment needed in some default values and similar things.
if i were you and would have the time, i would do that and send patches to make it work..or do that if there's no time at hand (it's plain ugly but should be straight forward, adding ubuntu as third-party repo and setting --linux-packages accordingly).
3- Use debian for everything but try to swap out the ubuntu kernel (that
is signed) at the end.
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