Bug#586605: firmware-b43-installer: do not fail on kernel version mismatch
I believe comparing root inodes is a better way, because /debootstrap/ may not exist.
2011/1/28 Fabrizio Regalli <email@example.com>
Ok, basically you want to install the package during the installation
> 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.
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
It's clear now. I'm working for fix this issue.