Using kernel-build packages to autobuild modules
The perennial wart on the side of kernel module packages is that it's
a big pain to auto-build modules for the stock kernels. It looks like
the 2.4.20 kernel packages now include a kernel-build package, which
advertises that it contains everything you need to do module builds.
Is there a good way to drop this into module builds?
The fundamental problem seems to be that I want to build-depend on
kernel-build-2.4.20, and then build a module for each of the flavors
in /usr/src/kernel-build-2.4.20. But which flavors exactly exist
varies per platform, and might also vary between builds of the
kernel. This means that the contents of debian/control need to be
different on each platform. I could put every possible
architecture/version/flavor triple in debian/control, but this seems
unmaintainable. Any hints?
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