On 06/11/12 16:33, Tom Callaway wrote:
On 06/11/2012 10:26 AM, Dave Jones wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 01:30:29PM +0200, Gerd Hoffmann wrote:
> > > We build one non-debug kernel in rawhide per RC release. You just
> > > happened to hit it.
> > That scheme sucks big time. Why flip config options like that?
> > We have kernel-debug, why not enable options like UAS which are too
> > buggy for the default kernel there? Permanently?
> We don't build kernel-debug for rawhide, because hardly anyone would use it.
> That's why we enable debug-by-default instead.
Maybe we can script something to generate a website that shows:
Latest debugging enabled rawhide kernel: <LINK TO KOJI>
Latest non-debug rawhide kernel: <LINK TO KOJI>
Not exactly convenient when you update your kernel using yum.
My real wishlist item is to have a kernel with CONFIG_USB_UAS, enabled
permanently and not changing randomly depending on whenever the latest
rawhide kernel happens to be a .git0 release or not. I don't care much
whenever it's called kernel, kernel-debug, kernel-for-kraxel. Enabling
a special yum repo is fine too. But grabbing manually from koji really
isn't a good way to handle this ...