I downloaded and compiled a 2.6.16 vanilla kernel from kernel.org for my suse 10.1 box.
When I do a "make rpm-pkg" in the kernel source directory I get this error message:
Finding Provides: /usr/lib/rpm/find-provides kernel Finding Requires: /usr/lib/rpm/find-requires kernel Finding Supplements: /usr/lib/rpm/find-supplements kernel error: line 48: Dependency tokens must begin with alpha-numeric, '_' or '/':
error: Failed to find Supplements: Provides: kernel-22.214.171.124 ksym(DAC1064_global_init) = 8d3987b ksym(DAC1064_glob al_restore) = 86bc4e3f ksym(DMAbuf_close_dma) = c88b42ab ksym(DMAbuf_inputintr) = eb315d99 ks
but the make continues and is able to generate the x86_64 rpm. The problem is when I try to install the generated RPM I get a long list of ksym missing dependencies:
error: Failed dependencies: ksym(schedule) = 1000e51 is needed by kernel-126.96.36.199-1.x86_64 ksym(xfrm_policy_walk) = 101aa673 is needed by kernel-188.8.131.52-1.x86_64
Any ideas as to why "find-supplements kernel" is failing? I am assuming this is why I don't have the "ksyms"?
Thanks you for any help with this.
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