Re: creating kernel udebs from kernel-source
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Sven Luther wrote:
| Imagine all the .udebs for all the modules plus the kernel,
Let say for example that i386 builds 14 debs (386, 686, 686-smp,
k7 and k7-smp flavours) + 1 _all.deb (the docs).
linux-kernel-di generates approx 40 udebs.
That means 55 binary packages (and i would say in the worst case
since i386 is one of the arch that generates more modules than
any other iirc)
| multiplied by the number of architectures plus the number of
| architectures having 2.6 kernels.
??? this makes no sence to me at all. and we are only talking about one
You only multiply once by the number of arch.
| That was by far the most .udebs any package could hold, and it did
eh? how? what is difference of having 40 udebs from package foo or
40 udebs + 15 debs from package bar?
| Ask Colin, he knows about that.
No please Sven, don't start bouncing people around. Give me a reference
or dig one for me. It is working here and nothing is broken.
The last available dish of the food you have decided to eat, will be
inevitably taken from the person in front of you.
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