Am Mittwoch, 8. Dezember 2010 schrieb Greg KH:
I've tried importing the Kernel:stable branch into tumbleweed, but it's
not able to build the preload kernel module for some odd reason:
nothing provides kernel-devel = 220.127.116.11-2 needed by
kernel-syms, nothing provides kernel-default-devel = 18.104.22.168-2
needed by kernel-syms, nothing provides kernel-devel =
22.214.171.124-2 needed by kernel-desktop-devel, nothing provides
kernel-devel = 126.96.36.199-2 needed by kernel-xen-devel
You can see this at the page at:
I haven't added a few missing kernel builds at the moment (vmi, tracing,
docs), but I don't think that should be causing this error to show up.
It's odd that kernel-devel is being asked for, as I didn't think that
was really provided by any package anymore.
Any ideas what I need to do here?
You can't work on such a project with just clicking in the webui I'm
See the difference of how kernel-syms/_link looks like:
<link project='Kernel:HEAD' package='kernel-source'
The cicount=copy is what you miss here - it makes the %release of kernel-
source and kernel-syms the same, something that the kernel build system
heavily relies upon.
Just make all kernel-* packages beside kernel-source a plain directory with
just the _link file and on top of that also add btsynctags like you can find
them in the meta of openSUSE:Factory/kernel-default.
kernel-source can either be a branch with rev to kernel:stable or be not a
link at all and you work with osc copypac from kernel:stable whenever you feel
like it. A rev branch is most likely more transparent.
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