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Matt Sealey wrote:
On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 3:56 PM, Matt Sealey
However I've stumbled across some real weirdness
The other weirdness I found was simply that the spec files by default
refer to a kernel-dummy package - what on earth is this? And where do
I get/build/fake it? It seems a thing for build service, or perhaps
something build-service does not need, but I had to remove the check
for it to get my kernel to build in the end..
Any clues onto where/what I should be doing about this?
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.
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