On Fri, Apr 07, 2000 at 07:08:25PM +0200, Viktor Rosenfeld wrote: > > 2. I think, it should be "make-kpkg kernel_image" (with an underscore > and not a hyphem) (*). Either one works, they're both in the rules file for the same rule. > 3. Never used "make-kpkg modules_image". In fact the modules are > included in the kernel image and will be installed into the correct > directory. (**) Modules like pcmcia, alsa, etc. > 4. I think, it should be "dpkg -i kernel_image-* Haven't done this in a while? ;) The last kernel image deb i made ended up being named kernel-image-2.2.14_2.2.14-anomie.1_i386.deb (i used "make-kpkg --rev 2.2.14-anomie.1 kernel-image" to create it) > (*) So the package management knows that kernel_image is the package > name. Hyphems are not permitted in a package name. Hmmm... then there are a LOT of packages that have non-permitted names. Do a "dlocate -l -" or "dpkg -l \*-\*" sometime. Actually, i think underscores aren't allowed in package names, because the naming convention uses an underscore character to separate the package name from the version. -- finger for GPG public key.
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