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Re: Bug#331391: Re: ftpmaster: Please remove 2.6.8 kernel images

On Thu, Oct 13, 2005 at 02:58:01PM -0400, Joey Hess wrote:
> I reviewed base-installer for use of kernel-image-2.6.* metapackages.
> It's still used by amd64, arm, m68k, mips, and mipsel:

> joey@dragon:~/src/d-i/packages/base-installer/kernel>grep kernel-image *
> alpha.sh:       echo "kernel-image-$version-$SMP"
> amd64.sh:                       echo "kernel-image-$KERNEL_MAJOR-amd64-k8$SMP"
> amd64.sh:                       echo "kernel-image-$KERNEL_MAJOR-em64t-p4$SMP"
> amd64.sh:                       echo "kernel-image-$KERNEL_MAJOR-amd64-generic"
> arm.sh:         echo "kernel-image-$KERNEL_VERSION-$1"
> i386.sh:                echo "kernel-image-$KERNEL_VERSION-speakup"
> i386.sh:                imgbase=kernel-image
> m68k.sh:        echo "kernel-image-$version-$1"
> mips.sh:        echo "kernel-image-$version-$1"
> mipsel.sh:      echo "kernel-image-$version-$1"
> powerpc.sh:             apus)   trykernel=kernel-image-$apusversion-apus ;;
> powerpc.sh:                                     echo "kernel-image-$KERNEL_MAJOR-$1$SMP"
> s390.sh:        echo "kernel-image-$KERNEL_ABI-s390"
> sparc.sh:               imgbase=kernel-image

> i386, alpha, s390, sparc, powerpc only use it for 2.4 kernels.

Does this mean that these archs are now using linux-image-$foo for 2.6
kernels, or that we've regressed to hard-coding kernel versions in places?

Steve Langasek                   Give me a lever long enough and a Free OS
Debian Developer                   to set it on, and I can move the world.
vorlon@debian.org                                   http://www.debian.org/

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