Re: ITP: dphys-kernel-packages -- Generate many variants of kernel packages and modules
Sorry. Sounded like it could be doing so. You said it builds debs. Not
where/when. Obviously everything below was based on that and thus
yep. well it really builds kernel debs, and it's up to the user what he
does with them. i have no doubts debian kernel or security team
wouldn't want to support them, or anyone. but these will be useful
for people that have a wide variety of computers and they want to
"simple said" configure the linux kernel just once, and then have it
built for all varieties they have, say i586-smp, k7-4gb-smp, k8-64gb
for now it is i386 only, but there's nothing which could stop it be
extended for other architectures.
we've been using this tool since two years, and i'm glad i can use it.
the only reason i want to maintain it for debian (and make it available
to others, that will want something like this).