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Re: Need help with writing a yum plugin

2012/3/27 Ljubomir Ljubojevic <office@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> but kmods are built with weak-updates and placed in folder of the lowest
> available kernel, and then symlinked for every newly installed kernel.
> I have only experience with CentOS/RHEL kernels, where there is no need to
> touch kmod packages when new kernel is installed.

This is fedora land only where a specific kmod2 is built for a given
uname-r kernel and will break with another.
We don't plan to address the EL case with this topic and will redirect
to the elrepo.org work in this case (with kABI).


Nicolas (kwizart)
RPM Fusion project coordinator.
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