Re: Problems packaging a kernel using cdbs
On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 11:26:36 -0400, Luis R Rodriguez <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
> On 3/19/07, Goswin von Brederlow <email@example.com> wrote:
>> "Luis R. Rodriguez" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> > Anyway -- I just tried to use "make-kpkg build" as the build
>> > commands for my "kernel" target and still run into the same
>> > problem. Running "make-kpkg build" manually works though. So
>> > there is something about using cdbs that is not letting me build
>> > the kernel right. The include path gets (./include) is getting
>> > ignored completely for some reason.
>> > Luis
>> Please do use make-kpkg. If you need something in kernel-package to
>> change for your use case (like building the initrd during compile)
>> then please talk to the maintainer to support this. It is a bad
>> Idea to duplicate the kernel building and packaging. It is bad
>> enough linux-2.6 source has started to do that.
> It does not do what I want it to right now and I need to move on
> quick. I've adopted my own debian/rules instead of cdbs as well.
> Perhaps if I have time I'll hack on make-kpkg.
Hmm? What exactly is make-kpkg failing to do? If make-kpkg
build works from the command line, but not from pdebuild, the problem
does not appear to lie in make-kpkg, but in the build environment,
does it not?
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