Re: Uploaded kernel-source-2.1.125 2.1.125-1 (source powerpc all) to erlangen
On Thu, 22 Oct, 1998, Jules Bean wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Oct 1998, Edward Betts wrote:
> > On Thu, 22 Oct, 1998, Hartmut Koptein wrote:
> > > > I wonder will this be ported to i386?
> > > >
> > > > On Thu, 22 Oct, 1998, Hartmut Koptein wrote:
> > > > > Format: 1.5
> > > > > Date: Tue, 20 Oct 1998 22:35:22 +0200
> > > > > Source: kernel-source-2.1.125
> > > > > Binary: kernel-headers-2.1.125 kernel-image-2.1.125-chrp kernel-doc-2.1.125 kernel-source-2.1.125
> > > > > Architecture: source powerpc all
> > >
> > >
> > > Why ported? This is the linux source. Or what architecture have you? :-)
> > >
> > > The term 'powerpc' in the Architecture line is because the uploaded image is for
> > > powerpc (subarch chrp; pmac, prep, mbx, apus will follow). The rest doesn't depend
> > > on any arch!
> > >
> > i thought the posting looked odd after i made it, i should of said, will
> > somebody compile this for i386
> > it is not the kernel that has to be ported the *debian package* of the kernel
> > has to be ported, as in change any things in the package specific to powerpc,
> > not the actual kernel.
> There's nothing powerpc specific about the packages Harmut made - except,
> for the image one, of course. You can install the source and headers
> packages, and build as normal. Which may involve using make-kpkg, if
> you're acquainted with that particularly funky tool, and will generate for
> you a kernel_image package.
i realise that as well, it was just a justification of using the word port
instead of compile, it makes sense in the case of other packages just not the
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