Re: New packages for Mac-on-Linux
Michel Dänzer writes:
> The modules-source package doesn't work for me. At first, make
> failed because the Makefile contained two instances of $(SMAKE)
> instead of $(MAKE). Fixed that
Fixed, together with two more occurences of $(SMAKE).
> make: *** /usr/src/modules/mol/buildtools: No such file or directory. Stop.
Fixed that one as well. The Rules.make file insisted on having this,
but I fooled it.
Adam Goode writes:
> it would be very nice if you didn't Recommend kernel-headers. I
> think a Suggests would be fine, and would make dselect less likely
> to install extra stuff.
> Oh, and I think you're forgetting to clean the modules-source after
> processing with kernel-package, because I had to manually do a
> modules_clean after getting a new kernel version.
Apparently this is handled differently by different packages. The man
page for make-kpkg just states that make-kpkg modules_image creates
the binary package. device3dfx-source, which I used as a template,
does just that. So I had a look at alsa-source, where the kdist and
kdist_image targets of debian/rules also clean the modules source. I
followed that example, and mol-modules-source should now work as you
expect. While I was at it, I also added a proper kdist target that
generates a changes file.
Jonas Smedegaard didn't write anything but sent me a patch, parts of
which I added.
Anyway, thanks to everybody who replied. The packages for version
0.9.60-2 are now in incoming.
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