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Re: How to generate debian/rules file for a kernel backport?

Thomas Bätzler schrieb am Montag, den 16. Januar 2012:

> Hi,
> I hope you'll forgive my asking a possibly stupid question, but how do I
> properly fix up a kernel source package to roll my own binary that is
> compatible to the backports naming and abi version?
> There have been no updates for linux-image.2.6.32-bpo.5 in
> lenny-backports for a while, and I urgently need to upgrade a couple of
> boxes running that kernel because it's got that nasty divide-by-zero
> oops somewhere in the scheduler code.
> There's a workaround available in linux-image.2.6.32-38, and a number of
> CVE relevant fixes in -39squeeze1 which I'd love to have on my boxes, too.
> I do know how to build a binary package from a Debian source package,
> and I've modified the debian/changes to show that I'm building my own
> backport, but I'm wondering what else I need to do in order to build a
> binary package that'll upgrade the existing lenny-backports kernel?
> Specifically, is there a quick and easy way to change debian/rules so
> that it'll generate binary packages with the -bpo.5 abi name?
> I do want my kernel to stay in the backports naming convention so that a
> later backports.org update could easily supercede my own efforts.
Just for the record: lenny-backports is discontinued very soon (february), so
you should not take too much work into it.

Alexander Wirt, formorer@formorer.de 
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