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Re: [Ltib] Linux Kernel Source Code post patched -> where?

From: Peter Barada
Subject: Re: [Ltib] Linux Kernel Source Code post patched -> where?
Date: Tue, 08 Apr 2008 13:37:26 -0400

On Tue, 2008-04-08 at 11:30 -0500, John Jeffers wrote:
> I have read the FAQ and I see the package sources.
> BUT I want the kernel sources post-patched that we build from.  I am 
> reading the perl script.
> While I have told the --config control [x] leave source.  I see 
> elsewhere where ltib cleaned the source in the terminal.
> 1) Where should the kernel source go! (did I miss it?  Or is Ltib Dec 07 
> incorrect?)

Not sure about dec 07 version, but my following comment applies to all
the LTIB versions I've worked with...

> 2) Does the leave source option mean kernel source?

Yes, and all other packages that are unpacked.
The kernel source will be in rpm/BUILD.  If not, then "./ltib -p kernel
-m prep" will create it.

> 3) Building on openSuSE 10.3, Dec 2007 m54455 BSP iso.  The build is 
> successful.
> FYI on openSuSE iso's mount as /media/<cd name> automagically.  If one 
> names the iso "m54444 BSP" for example the volume name has a space in 
> it.  Ltib script does not like a space in the name.  For the future I 
> would suggest Freescale does not put a space in iso names and instead 
> does a hyphen to avoid causing this issue.
> Thanks ahead of time!   John
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