On Sun, 2004-06-27 at 13:51, Toshio wrote: > On Fri, 2004-06-25 at 15:08, Daryll Strauss wrote: > > 2) A new kernel devel package is created. It includes headers for ALL > > kernels that have been released for a distribution. They'd be placed in > > different directories (maybe /usr/src) with some naming scheme that > > includes kernel release, smp, architecture, etc. This package would get > > new sets of headers added to it every time a new kernel release comes > > out. > > In a kernel-source*.rpm disabled world, this would mean adding headers > unneeded for compiling the _kernel_ to the SRPM. No. To a kernel-devel src.rpm.... which can be entirely independent of the regular kernel src.rpm and provide development environment for a whole series of kernels.
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