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make-kpkg "utsrelease.h ... does not match current version"

Since hours I'm trying to compile one of the latest git kernel
sources: all builds break like this:

====== making target
[new prereqs: ]======
This is kernel package version 11.001.
echo "The UTS Release version in include/linux/utsrelease.h"; echo "
\"2.6.24-rc6-2008.01.09-g91183344-dirty\" "; echo "does not match
current version:"; echo "
\"2.6.24-rc6-2008.01.09-g91183344-dirty-g91183344-dirty-dirty\" ";
echo "Please correct this."; exit 2
The UTS Release version in include/linux/utsrelease.h
does not match current version:
Please correct this.
make: ***
Error 2

real    38m32.015s
user    33m45.130s
sys     4m5.898s


command applied:
time MAKEFLAGS="CC=gcc-4.1" fakeroot make-kpkg
--append-to-version=-2008.01.09 --revision +1st.run kernel_image

And yes, I cleaned the sources after every single build ... 

I know there was a similar instance where GREP_OPTIONS seemingly
prevented a build. 

I don't believe this was the cause as there are no exported GREP
environment settings whatsoever in my user environment any more: I
removed all settings in that regard that I am aware of, rebooted the
machine to be sure there wasn't some setting still running in memory -
to no avail.

env | grep -i grep

returns nothing.

There seems to be an unsolved (?) bug similar to the one above:

And I'm out of ideas.

Anyone had the same issues?

Best Regards

Wolfgang Pfeiffer: /ICQ: 286585973/ + + +  /AIM: crashinglinux/

Key: 0xE3037113

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