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On 02/19/2010 08:25 AM, Tim Lauridsen wrote:
On Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 5:42 PM, Farkas Levente <lfarkas@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:lfarkas@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote: hi, on rhel/centos-5w we've a lot's of kernel module (thanks to the elrepo) and we can build our own on a nearly standardized way for rhel/centos. but i now run into a problem how to add a require kmod line into another package's spec file. it seems to very easy, if i've got package x.spec: Requires: y-kmod first question whether y-kmod or kmod-y (tha package name or the virtual provides)? and if we go a bit further and have a i386 machine with 4gb ram which install by default kernel-PAE and like to install x into that machine i wish to pull (yum pull) kmod-x-PAE and not kmod-x since it can't be used on a PAE kernel. what's more if x pull kmod-y that also pull the none PAE kernel too which is also not a good think. there are two plugins in yum-utils yum-kernel-module and yum-fedorakmod, but none of the seems to working (yum-fedorakmod instal the proper kmod-x-PAE too if i set installforallkernels=1, but still install the non PAE one and the none PAE kernel too). so what's the good and proper solution to require y kernel module into package x (in a way that works with yum on all kernel variant)? i even like to modify any of the yum-kernel-module or yum-fedorakmod to be able to use, but the problem is that i can't write conditional requires in a package spec file which depend on the runtime kernel variant:-( anybody has any solution to this? -- Levente "Si vis pacem para bellum!" _______________________________________________ Yum mailing list Yum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:Yum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> http://lists.baseurl.org/mailman/listinfo/yum Try to check out the kmod specs at rpmfusion.org <http://rpmfusion.org>, they are able to handle the kmod-x and kmod-x-PAE
it seems most people don't understand the problem. i do NOT want to create kmod rpm (at least in this case), but create a normal rpm which depend on a kmod.
-- Levente "Si vis pacem para bellum!" _______________________________________________ Yum mailing list Yum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.baseurl.org/mailman/listinfo/yum
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