On Thu, 2008-01-31 at 17:48 +0100, Till Maas wrote:
On Thu January 31 2008, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> On 31.01.2008 16:16, Till Maas wrote:
> > On Thu January 31 2008, Thorsten Leemhuis wrote:
> >> On 31.01.2008 14:15, Till Maas wrote:
> >>> And in which repository should it be?
> >> free.rpmfusion.org
likely, as it's used to build free modules as well
> > Is there a repo available already?
> >> But when Fedora kicked separately packages kernel modules I started to
> >> develop it further in livna -- it made no sense to develop a Livna
> >> only-solution in Fedora and just complicates things.
> > Imho developing it in Fedora cvs was not good. Can you maybe use
> > fedorahosted to develop it? Or host it on somehow else, which makes sure
> > where to get it, how to report bugs and send patches?
> In the long run: maybe. But I don't want to have yet another thing on my
> plate that keeps me away from working on RPM Fusion.
So how is one supposed to create a kmod package (e.g. VirtualBox-OSE-kmod) for
RPM Fusion if there is no way to get to kmodtool?
I seem to recall that you can yum install kmodtool from livna. Yep,
there it is...
Btw. kmodinstdir_postfix should propably be called
kmodinstdir_suffix. "Postfix" is afaik not an english word.
Yes it is.
post·fix [v. pohst-fiks, pohst-fiks; n. pohst-fiks]
–verb (used with object)
to affix at the end of something;
[Origin: 1795–1805; post- + -fix, modeled on prefix]
post·fix·al, post·fix·i·al, adjective