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Michael Riess wrote:
This contains /usr/src/linux-<version> as built for i586 (which is
identical to all other arches now).
This contains the bootable kernel and associated modules.
This is the source RPM for the first RPM you listed. It installs into
/usr/src/packages and builds kernel-source-22.214.171.124-2.1.<arch>.rpm.
It contains the tarballs of patches that we expand and apply to build
the source tree. Unless you're looking for a specfic patch, you probably
never need to touch this one.
i think that the first two are with special patches
for i586 and x86_64
but is the last one a general one, wich compiles on every arch? dont
could anyone please explain
or give me a link to Linux_Standard_Base if there is one
I don't believe LSB covers this at all other than perhaps the kernel
sources being installed in /usr/src/linux. I haven't checked, though.
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