Dne 13.10.2009 13:49, Jean Delvare napsal(a):
I think the kernel-source package should never be
replaced by a new
one, but simply added.
Removal of old kernel-source packages should be a separate process,
triggered by the deletion (replacement) of binary packages. Each time
a binary kernel package is deleted, you should check whether it was
the last one matching any source package, and if this is the case,
that kernel-source package can be deleted.
I know this sounds complex, but this is the only safe bet from a
You're right, I completely missed the legal part. Ok, before anyone
starts suing, I added the missing kernel-sources to the master/src and
master/noarch directories. Unfortunately the next sync will delete them
again, I have to fix the script. I also added this paragraph to
If you still can't find sources for a particular kernel version, please
email <opensuse-kernel(a)opensuse.org> to request the missing source package.
I hope this fulfills the GPLv2 requirements. Note that it will take a
few minutes until both changes are visible on the ftp server.
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