How to make non-interactive kernel packages using make-kpkg?
david.hendricks at gmail.com
Fri Jun 26 03:16:04 UTC 2009
Thanks for the pointers, Oli and Martijn. Indeed, the Ubuntu kernel howto is
where I started but it lacked the depth I needed. I'll need to study the
official debian kernel package guide to see if it's better than what I'm
doing now, though.
I just now figured out the silly mistake that was causing make-kpkg fail for
me. I had assumed that kernel-img.conf was used by make-kpkg to roll the
.deb, but instead it's used by dpkg -i on the target machine for installing
the .deb. I did not have kernel-img.conf on the target machines. D'oh!
So now it comes down to either packaging kernel-img.conf with a kernel,
which would actually be kind of nice since it's a pretty intuitive way to
tweak kernel install options without tearing apart a .deb, or see if there's
an easy way to bake the presettings for non-interactive installation into
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