Accepted kernel-package 10.044bpo1 (source all)
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 19:04:35 +0200
Architecture: source all
Maintainer: Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Changed-By: Norbert Tretkowski <email@example.com>
kernel-package - A utility for building Linux kernel related Debian packages.
Closes: 346387 362628 363645
kernel-package (10.044bpo1) sarge-backports; urgency=low
* Rebuilt for sarge.
kernel-package (10.045) unstable; urgency=low
* Bug fix: "kernel-package: linux-image*.postrm uses debconf", thanks to
Sven Joachim. Well. The postinst did not actually use debconf, just
make it available for hook scripts. Now it just conditionally loads
debconf, and it is up to the hook scripts to take care of prompting
when debconf is missing. (Closes: #363645).
* Bug fix: "kernel-package: amd64 arch also needs xen support", thanks
to Nate Carlson (Closes: #362628).
kernel-package (10.044) unstable; urgency=low
* Fix typo in powerpc specific rules.
kernel-package (10.043) unstable; urgency=low
* Update mkvmlinuz support handling
kernel-package (10.042) unstable; urgency=low
* Arrgh. Typo fix in domU package name, inux -> linux
kernel-package (10.041) unstable; urgency=low
* Bug fix: "Support for Xen as a subarch", thanks to Tore Anderson. No
special handling need be required -- with a properly created .config
file, make-kpkg should automatically detect Xen 3.0.1 or 3.0.2, and
appropriately set the arch and subarch variable. (Closes: #346387).
* kernel/pkg/image/postinst (fix_source_link): Clarify that it is the
link target that we cannot see the contents of.
* kernel/ruleset/arches/i386.mk: Add in separate stanzas for a subarch
Xen, versus the normal i386 build. We change boot loader definitions,
dependencies, targets, and image destinations.
* kernel/ruleset/architecture.mk: No longer assume that the presence of
CONFIG_XEN implies the ARCH is also xen; since now the ARCH is i386,
but the subarch is xen.
* kernel/ruleset/common/archvars.mk: Now we include .config earlier, to
allow us to detect xen and uml, and automatically set the arch and
subarch variables based on the configuration file. This help people
like me who routinely forget to give --arch um to make-kpkg, and wonder
why my uml virtual machine fails.
* kernel/ruleset/kernel_version.mk (debian_LOCALVERSION): Late evaluation
to allow all components to settle.
* kernel/ruleset/misc/pkg_names.mk (i_package): Modify the names of the
Xen image packages based on type of xen image being built.
* kernel/ruleset/targets/image.mk (install/$(i_package)): Make sure that
the System.map and config files installed in /boot for Xen images have
a string in the name ti disambiguate them from "normal" image packages
4172f20188c90cc5e3be59bad1be2488 545 misc optional kernel-package_10.044bpo1.dsc
8353f3f4b612b5ce47b2f6dc031ec89a 829407 misc optional kernel-package_10.044bpo1.tar.gz
0a092d99085b8537814de851fcb1de1f 527548 misc optional kernel-package_10.044bpo1_all.deb
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.3 (GNU/Linux)
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----