On Wed, Jun 29, 2005 at 09:23:19PM -0700, Kenneth Porter wrote:
I'm figuring out how to install nosy, a Firewire sniffer, and it
installing a kernel module. I'd like to wrap up what I learn in an RPM.
I've packaged apps before but not kernel modules. Can anyone point me to an
example that shows the preferred way to do it? The Makefile is already set
up for building outside the kernel tree, and accepts a prefix for /usr.
Will that work fine for building within an RPM_BUILD_ROOT? (Ie. does the
kernel build system tolerate logical installation directories?) Do I invoke
depmod in %post as I would ldconfig when installing a userspace library?
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Being able to handle kernel modules is something that folks are currently
working on. You might want to take a look at the archives of the
Jack Neely <slack(a)quackmaster.net>
Realm Linux Administration and Development
PAMS Computer Operations at NC State University
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