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Re: The new kernel 2.6.16-1.2111 - nice

On 5/6/06, Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora leemhuis info> wrote:
Am Samstag, den 06.05.2006, 04:33 -0500 schrieb Arthur Pemberton:
> On 5/6/06, Gene Heskett <gene heskett verizon net> wrote:
> > When will the updated kmod-ntfs packages be available?

They are building currently -- will probably take two or three hours
until all kmod's are build and published (I tried to build them
yesterday evening [CET], but the buildsys got stuck -- that's life).

> Yah, you really have look out for those kmod dependencies. I know of
> know mechanismn in yum to automate this.

Someone was working on a yum-plugin to optimize the handling of kmods.
Don't know what's the current status of it.

Last time I updated and all the packages were available, yum went
ahead and installed the new kmod-* packages for the ones I had
installed.  Very nice.  Of course, it only works if the new packages
are acutally built... :)  We'll see if it pulls them in automatically
when they are available.

By the way, I was attempting to rebuild the src.rpms for the nvidia
and ntfs modules and ran into some issues.  nvidia wanted the
kernel-kdump-devel package and ntfs wanted the kernel-xen{0,U}-devel
packages even though I only wanted to build for the normal kernel.  It
didn't seem to like my --define "kvariants """ since I got errors
about it being empty.  Is there a way around this so that I don't need
all the extra -devel packages (some of which may not be available)? Also, how come there are separate src.rpms for each kernel version?


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