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Re: [PATCH] Queue atl2-modules for installation if it is in use.

Frans Pop <elendil@planet.nl> writes:

> On Monday 11 August 2008, Glenn Saberton wrote:
>>     Thanks for working on this! Due to lack of time on my part, I have
>> only just now been able to get around to testing it. :( The module
>> detection works fine and queues modules for installation, but it
>> queues the 486 modules, which also pulls in the 486 kernel into the
>> target install. Not sure how to fix this (defaulting to 686 would be
>> wrong), as we don't really know which kernel the user wants if they do
>> an expert install. Anyone else have clues as to where we could call
>> this check?
> I had just reverted the committed patch because of this issue (before 
> reading this mail). As you do not yet know which kernel will be installed 
> for the target system, you can *never* queue anything that requires 
> knowing the ABI or flavor of the target system's kernel before 
> base-installer.

Great. Thanks.

> Back to the drawing board.
> Also, if packages are queued by D-I you should make sure they are included 
> on installation CDs.

I was going to do that _after_ uploading the package. This wasn't in
archive yet.

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