On Thu, 2012-02-02 at 20:37 +0000, Ian Campbell wrote: > Hi, > > When doing kernel packaging bits work I often find it useful to hack the > package to only build a subset of the normal flavours (for speed etc). You can fairly easily build individual binary packages using the targets defined in debian/rules.gen. > However since udeb support was added this has stopped working (example > below for building only the kirkwood flavour on armel). The problem is > that we are still trying to build the udebs for flavours which are not > enabled and hence can't find the files. Right. And I would like to be able to test building udebs for just one flavour. That bit is definitely useful. [...] > Is it possible that the same issue exists for disabling featuresets? I > didn't look. Theoretically, but the installer never uses such a kernel configuration. Ben. -- Ben Hutchings Lowery's Law: If it jams, force it. If it breaks, it needed replacing anyway.
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