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Accepted kernel-package 10.048bpo1 (source all)

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Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 18:38:25 +0200
Source: kernel-package
Binary: kernel-package
Architecture: source all
Version: 10.048bpo1
Distribution: sarge-backports
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
Changed-By: Norbert Tretkowski <nobse@backports.org>
 kernel-package - A utility for building Linux kernel related Debian packages.
Closes: 365092 368539 369017 369154 369155 369918 372233 372783 373774
 kernel-package (10.048bpo1) sarge-backports; urgency=low
   * Rebuilt for sarge.
 kernel-package (10.049) unstable; urgency=low
   * Bug fix: "kernel-package: localversion* files not supported?", thanks
     to Mattia Dongili. It is not that localversion files are not
     supported, it is that patches that try to change the version numbering
     are not,  You see, patches are applied _after_ there is a ./debian
     directory, and that means ./debian/changelog is already in place. Re
     doing this would require a drastic change in make-kpkg, so now we
     document that patches that change package names are not supported.
                                                         (Closes: #368539).
   * Bug fix: "linux-image-2.6.16-2-amd64-k8: initrd symlink management
     sucks", thanks to Eduard Bloch. Well, the bug topic sucks too. And,
     looking at the logs posted, it did seem to work in the test (the link
     was indeed created). I did spot a typo in the postinst, so I think
     this corner case should not arise again.            (Closes: #372783).
   * Bug fix: "no longer supports images with the same name on 2 arches",
     thanks to Martin Michlmayr. Well, no longer is a misnomer, we never
     did support multiple architectures for images in the control file.
     This should now be fixed; we accept a space separated list of
     architectures now.                                  (Closes: #373774).
   * kernel-package: arch/powerpc/include/asm symlink is not included in
     the *-headers package, thanks to Eddy Petrisor. now we ship all of
     arch/$KERNEL_ARCH/include.                          (Closes: #372233).
   * Added documentation to the man page that just adding --cross-compile
     does not in any way set the compiler used by the build system. That
     still has to be done explicitly.
 kernel-package (10.048) unstable; urgency=low
   * Bug fix: "kernel-package: Please install linux-uml modules in
     /usr/lib/uml/modules/$UML_VER/", thanks to Mattia Dongili. The new
     rootstrap can automatically install UML modules at build time, as long
     as the installation directory is compatible. This makes it so.
                                                            (Closes: #369155).
   * Bug fix: "kernel-package: Please don't conflict with user-mode-linux
     packages", thanks to Mattia Dongili                    (Closes: #369918).
   * Bug fix: "kernel-package: Do not flattern the linux-uml modules
     directory structure", thanks to Mattia Dongili         (Closes: #369154).
   * make-kpkg fails on amd64 for xenalso consider CONFIG_X86_64_XEN (any
     more architectures that Xen would support, this method is gonna get
     untenable). This'll fix Xen building on AMD64. Please note that cross
     compiling may not work yet -- but that is a kernel build system issue.
                                                            (Closes: #365092).
   * Bug fix: "kernel-package: [powerpc, prep] Please apply patch to allow
     to build 2.6.16 -prep kernels.", thanks to Sven Luther (Closes: #369017).
 d1f36d0f170197f6c9ad79b1cf5245b7 547 misc optional kernel-package_10.048bpo1.dsc
 afc0423d391d27a0c3380f8545bd4aed 844982 misc optional kernel-package_10.048bpo1.tar.gz
 aeef46bb5cb0248144ab225080bc70fe 538736 misc optional kernel-package_10.048bpo1_all.deb

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