Re: Unofficial Debian package management
Frank Copeland <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On 26 Dec 02 15:00:22 GMT, David Z Maze <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I've been using mini-dinstall to maintain a small private repository
>> (mostly with my custom-compiled kernels). You can add other things to
>> it, but it wants a full source package with a .changes file, which
>> means pretending to be a developer and building the package from
>> source yourself.
> How are you creating custom kernel packages with .changes files? I've
> been unable to work out how to do it with kernel-package and make-kpkg.
Instead of 'make-kpkg kernel-image', I use 'make-kpkg buildpackage'.
I wind up with redundant -source, -headers, etc. packages, but hey,
disk is cheap. Similarly, 'make-kpkg modules' instead of
modules-image. (And to get this to work, you need to generate a GPG
key, which is probably a good idea anyways, and make sure that you
have the right name and email in /etc/kernel-pkg.conf.)
David Maze firstname.lastname@example.org http://people.debian.org/~dmaze/
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