Dnia poniedziałek, 27 maja 2013 15:04:18 Michal Marek pisze:
On 23.5.2013 22:36, Mariusz Fik wrote:
I see that every kernel flavour package links to
all .spec and .changes. There are many scripts in kernel-source and I'm
sure how they really work.
How should I proceed with creating package, to minimize (avoid - is it
possible?) breakage when kernel-source is updated? So far, I created
subporject and linked kernel-source from 12.3:Update. Then created
kernel- ck with links to kernel-source. And what to do next?
I think the best for you is to clone the kernel-source.git tree from
, create a new branch and add the patches
to the series.conf file.
I followed Your tip. After cloning repo and creating my branch based on
openSUSE-12.3 i started with README. My config is based on default. BFS/BFQ
patches have modified kernel config but first time when `tar-up.sh` I forgot
to run run_oldconfig.sh and build failed. After fixing my mistake, I changed a
bit config for all kernels (than I realized that I can pass only my flavour to
run_oldconfig.sh) but I build only my flavour in repo so it doesn't matter.
I have one subject more to resolve, how do You write config files? Do You run
make menuconfig? How do You track those dependencies in config?
Thanks a lot for Your help.
Pozdrawiam / Best regards,
openSUSE Community Member
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