Re: kernel-wedge does not work as expected.
On 01/23/2011 03:06 PM, Magicloud Magiclouds wrote:
> I am trying to make a custom debian-installer cd. I have done this
> before, things worked fine. But this time, I got a problem.
> My running kernel installed from
> linux-image-22.214.171.124i686_bfs363.reiser4_i386.deb. It contains a naming
> mistake. So I make-kpkg a new one named
> linux-image-126.96.36.199-686_bfs363.reiser4_i386.deb and installed, not
> Then I have linux-kernel-di-i386-2.6-1.99/kernel-version as "i386
> 188.8.131.52 686 184.108.40.206-686 -
> Here is the problem, `kernel-wedge build-arch i386` always tell me:
> dpkg-source: warning: can't parse dependency
> linux-image-220.127.116.11i686_bfs363.reiser4 [i386]
> dpkg-source: error: error occurred while parsing Build-Depends
> According to http://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstaller/Modify/CustomKernel,
> kernel-wedge could handle kernel package that were not running. Why
> here it insists on running kernel?
The problem is that a package name cannot contain an underscore. A
package name must consist only of lower case letters (a-z), digits
(0-9), plus (+) and minus (-) signs, and periods (.).