[ATrpms-users] atrpms kernel module for centosplus build
jyavenard at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 02:38:17 CEST 2007
On 10/23/07, Axel Thimm <Axel.Thimm at atrpms.net> wrote:
> Yes, adding centos' plus kernel is high on my todo list, but not yet
Looking forward to it ..
> Yes, you can install atrpms-rpm-config, as well as the sources/headers
> to the centosplus kernel and just donwload the src.rpm. Then just
> rpmbuild --rebuild --define 'kmdl_userland 0' foo....src.rpm
I should look into that. This method will build the atrpms package for
the centosplus kernel ?
What I did so far, is just get the latest centos kernel src.rpm ,
modify the config file so it includes JFS support and recompiled the
rom using the same version name and install it.
That way your kmdl work without a single modification.
> I would prefer jfs kmdls if someone wanted to attack this that way,
> but probably noone would want to do that. Maybe the rpmrepo work will
> produce something like that, but that far in the future.
If you tell me how to produce kmdl from the linux source code ; I
could do it ...
This is what I tried to do first, but having dealt with FreeBSD for
much longer than linux, I quickly gave up and recompiled a whole
> So the fastest approach is to build yourself as outlined above, or
> wait for some time (could be weeks, though) for me to properly embed
> the centosplus' kernels into ATrpms kernel support system. I'll try to
> speed this up, but I can't promise anything, yet.
Your help, as always is very much appreciated
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