Re: Standardizing use of kernel hook scripts
I demand that Frans Pop may or may not have written...
> Darren Salt wrote:
>> I demand that Manoj Srivastava may or may not have written...
>>> On Wed, Apr 01 2009, Frans Pop wrote:
>>>> But is anyone still using it? Is there any current reason to support it
>>> I think that there are Debian users who use that option of make-kpkg,
>>> and I have not seen any indication that there usage of that option has
>> I make use of it fairly regularly; its next use here will probably be to
>> build kernel 18.104.22.168. I normally use the kernel-image target, but I
>> sometimes have use for the kernel-headers target.
> The question was not whether you use make-kpkg, but whether any of the hook
> scripts you may have in /etc/kernel/*.d/ rely on the second parameter that
> is passed by the postinst included with the kernel image by make-kpkg.
I've not touched anything there; I've not needed to so far.
Also, /etc/kernel doesn't exist here.
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