Le jeudi 11 septembre 2008 à 20:02 +0200, David Paleino a écrit : > On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 17:52:39 +0000, Tzafrir Cohen wrote: > > On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 07:43:39PM +0200, Josselin Mouette wrote: > > > Yes, and if dkps depends on linux-headers-2.6-$subarch, that will do the > > > trick at least for the default kernel. (Depending on just > > > linux-headers-2.6 is not enough, since linux-headers-2.6.xx-y-$subarch > > > provides it). > > > > I think you meant: > > > > depend on linux-headers-2.6.26-1-all > > > > There is no linux-headers-2.6-all-latest No, I meant what I wrote. If you depend on a specific version of the kernel, the whole point of this package is moot. > > For i386 the situation is particualrily bad, as the -all will pull a > > hosts of other packages. You need a OR dependency, not to bring all of them. For example, for i386 this becomes: Depends: linux-headers-2.6-686 | linux-headers-2.6-486 | linux-headers-2.6-amd64 | ... All of this is very bad. We need a way to express “I need the headers installed for all installed kernel packages”. The idea of package groups only partially solves this; it guarantees the headers are upgraded with the image, but it does not provide a good way to install the *good* headers. For example, let’s say d-i installed the linux-image-2.6-amd64 image, because you have a 64bit CPU. If you install a package using dkms, and it pulls the headers. But which headers? APT is not clever enough to install the ones corresponding to an existing kernel image; it will just install the first one in the list. > Sure, but who said to get -all? At least getting -all guarantees that you have the correct one, so this is by far not the worst idea that has been thrown. Having a linux-headers-2.6-all package depending on the default version of -all would do the trick for most situations, I think. > apt-get is able to determine the architecture he's running on, right? Anyways, > dkms is a shells script, it could use dpkg-architecture to get the right string > to append to the package name. And, with the idea I exposed before, of those > "triggers", that should be feasible (i.e. "mark the package > linux-headers-$version-`dpkg-architecture | grep blabla` as to be installed"). > > Am I just saying non-sense things? :( Yes. You cannot install packages in a triggered script, or in whatever way that will be determined from within a package itself. You need to get *all* the requirements through package dependencies so that it can go in a single APT run. Cheers, -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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