[Bug 671158] [NEW] ucf file naming convention incompatible with kernel's initramfs creation
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Thu Nov 4 21:35:14 UTC 2010
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Binary package hint: ucf
The use of ':' in the filenames in /var/lib/ucf/cache/ causes the kernel's generation of an initramfs image to fail. If you use an Ubuntu-based rootfs in CONFIG_INITRAMFS_SOURCE in your kernel config, you'll get the following error when it's building the initramfs:
/usr/src/linux/linux-2.6.32/usr/Makefile:50: *** target pattern contains no `%'. Stop.
make: *** [usr] Error 2
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
Tested with Lucid and 2.6.32 kernel with latest Ubuntu patches. This
could be addressed by modifying the kernel's initramfs generation code
or by choosing a more friendly delimiter in the ucd filename.
** Affects: linux (Ubuntu)
ucf file naming convention incompatible with kernel's initramfs creation
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