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Old 06-21-2010, 09:10 AM
Nguyen Kim Son
Default Packaging kernel modules


I'd like to package a kernel module for my company repository ( I know that fedora doesn't accept kernel module for official repo). I have followed the link

But when I build the spec file, there are always some errors like:
kernel-devel-uname-r = is needed by mymodule-kmod-0.0-1{?dist}.1.srcthat I don't have any idea about.

Actually, I don't really understand this mechanism: if for example, I want to install foo on my machine with kernel but there is only kmod-foo-, does yum take this package automatically? Or do I need to make a package for kernel What kmod does exactly?

Thank you in advance,

Son NGUYEN KIM * * * * *
Antibes 06600
Tel: 06 48 28 37 47

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