--- Comment #20 from Michal Suchanek firstname.lastname@example.org --- Thanks for the updated patch. With the new subpackaging script the module directory becomes disowned:
--- kernel-old/kernel-default-base.x86_64/list 2021-06-30 18:25:46.281263400 +0200 +++ kernel-new/kernel-default-base.x86_64/list 2021-06-30 18:29:59.880841095 +0200 @@ -13,7 +13,6 @@ /etc/uefi /etc/uefi/certs /etc/uefi/certs/3559CCE2.crt -/lib/modules/@UNAME_R@-default /lib/modules/@UNAME_R@-default/kernel /lib/modules/@UNAME_R@-default/kernel/arch /lib/modules/@UNAME_R@-default/kernel/arch/x86
I think this is frowned upon.
However, previously /lib/modules was not owned by the kernel either. Is there something else that owns the directory, should the kernel own it, or is this already handled in a better way?