Hi Dmitry, > > Nope, one again: installation of firmware-b43-installer will fail in a > debootstrapped environment (NOT a host system). For example, host > system has 2.6.18, debootstrapped system doesn't have kernel at all. > At this time I cannot install firmware-b43-installer in debootstrapped > system. Postinst script should determine the debootstrapped system > (based on comparing root inodes like it's done in udev's postinst) and > bypass kernel check in such system, and (probably) show a warning that > it fail to work on < 2.6.25, so it will be my headache to provide a > suitable kernel for my debootstrapped system. > Ok, basically you want to install the package during the installation process or something like that. The simplest check could be look for /debootstrap/ directory and if it exists return a message something like "you are in debootstrap. mininum kernel required is 2.6.25 do you want continue? Y/N" If Y, skip the kernel check and install it. Another way, little bit more complex, is to compare the root inodes like udev. It's clear now. I'm working for fix this issue. Ciao. Fabrizio.
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