Re: Why builds linux-kernel-di for multiple architectures?
Joey Hess wrote:
> Thiemo Seufer wrote:
> > linux-kernel-di tries currently to build udebs for all architectures
> > it knows of. This looks to be wasteful, especially for autobuilding.
> > Furthermore, a single problem in one architecture's kernel will
> > break udeb building for all the others.
> > IMHO it should only create the native Kernels (at least by default)
> > and filter out the rest.
> linux-kernel-di builds only kernels for the host architecture. Unless
> you're running the build_all script.
dpkg-buildpackage ran gen-control, made a huge control file with packages
of all architectures mentioned in it. It eventually tried to build a i386
package on my mips machine (and failed of course, because there is no
i386 kernel installed).