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How can I learn which binary .debs are built from a $MODULE_source package?


I like to build dependency helper packages that ease
cross-kernel-version updates. To build these for kernel module .debs,
I need to learn how the binary kernel module package is named. For
most packages, this can be accomplished by parsing
/usr/src/modules/$MODULE/debian/control after building the .deb.
However, this doesn't work for i2c and lm-sensors, since debian/rules
for these packages does a clean immediately after building.

I would prefer not to call the module's kdist_foo targets directly
since that would mean interfering with kernel-package.

Is there an easier way to look how the binary kernel module debs are
named? Or is cleaning immediately after building the module a bug in
i2c and lm-sensors?

Any hints will be appreciated.


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