On 24.8.2010 14:40, "C. Bergström" wrote:
Michal Marek wrote:
On 23.8.2010 18:03, "C. Bergström"
What I ended up resorting to was installing the
source package, using
the traces config and manually building the kernel. By doing that I got
the running kernel to match the sources at /usr/src/linux and was able
to achieve both #1 and #2 from above..
zypper in kernel-trace kernel-trace-devel kernel-source
should be all you need (make sure all of them are at the same version).
that's the next problem, but don't I also need kernel-syms to build
No, kernel-syms is just a metapackage that pulls kernel-*-devel
packages. And since you only want to build against the trace flavor,
kernel-trace-devel is enough.
home:pathscale/kernel-syms also has
<bcntsynctag>kernel-source</bcntsynctag>, but it doesn't appear to help
even after a manual trigger.. Should I just be patient because build
service is busy or how to get all packages in sync?
The _link files need to have cicount="copy" in them. But I am wondering
why are you rebuilding the kernel packages at all? You are not adding
any patches, so why don't you simply use the packages from Kernel:HEAD?
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