On 31.3.2010 16:43, Jan Engelhardt wrote:
On Wednesday 2010-03-31 16:33, Michal Marek wrote:
I merged the branch (commit 54e2592), but I reverted the /usr/src/linux -> /usr/src/linux-src move.
Hm I don't have 54e2592 in my tree at all. You seemed to have merged something very outdated. I will forward you the reply I sent last to the list again for you to look at.
54e2592 is my commit merging it, the topmost commit of your branch was 113d492 (Produce kernel-devel%variant), sorry for not being clear. It will appear on gitorious soon.
I agree that it would make it harder for users to shoot themselves in the foot, but the costs are
bugreports / complaints from users who can't find their kernel source
duplication both on the media and in the installed system
some packages rebuild files from /usr/src/linux/, OK, these can be easily fixed.
is what worries me most, but I guess coolo would not be all that happy about an additional 7MB package on the DVD.
You could drop kernel-source-vanilla... or switch to xzdio.9 payload :-) [my .src.rpm is almost 10MB smaller than those in kotd]
kernel-source-vanilla is not on the DVD I think, but both kernel-source and kernel-devel are important enough to put there. Thanks for the hint about xzdio.9, what is the impact of this on build and install time? Michal -- To unsubscribe, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org For additional commands, e-mail: email@example.com