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Re: make-kpkg with loadable module support disabled fails?



Tommie Van Mechgelen wrote:
Dear,

When I use make-kpkg when loadable module support is disabled, make-kpkg is
generating errors.  However compiling it with make works fine.

Here is the error I am getting... Enabling loadable module support makes the
error go away...

I am using kernel-package version: 8.135


test ! -s applied_patches || cp applied_patches                        \
debian/tmp-image/usr/share/doc/kernel-uml-2.6.17.6/patches-2.6.17.6
test ! -s applied_patches || chmod 644                                 \
debian/tmp-image/usr/share/doc/kernel-uml-2.6.17.6/patches-2.6.17.6
mv /usr/src/linux/debian/tmp-image/lib/modules/*
debian/tmp-image/usr/lib/uml/modules/ -v
mv: cannot stat `/usr/src/linux/debian/tmp-image/lib/modules/*': No such file
or directory
make[1]: *** [real_stamp_image] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-2.6.17.6-uml'
make: *** [kernel-image-deb] Error 2

Is there any solution for this?

Can you upgrade kernel-package?

H



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