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Matt Sealey wrote:
On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 4:07 PM, Jeff Mahoney
kernel-dummy is indeed a build service thing.
It's how we ensure that
all kernel flavors have the same version/release numbers.
If you're building your own flavor, you can ignore it.
Install kernel-source.src and rpmbuild -ba SPECS/kernel-source.spec -
it requires kernel-dummy. End of story.
If I'm not in build service what do I do about it other than hacking
kernel-source.spec not to check?
Use --nodeps or remove the dependency from the spec file.
Looking at the commits for kernel-source in December
last year (on
opensuse-commit), it definitely looks like most of this kernel package
stuff is magically generated and then committed to CVS as the results.
Where do I get hold of this magic?
It's currently only in the repository. But, as I mentioned in my other
response, we're going to clean that up soon.
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