ons 2021-10-06 klockan 10:37 +0200 skrev Henrik Nordström:
Would help a bit if there was some rawhide notification that an akmod
package is broken, but even with that it would not be possible to
the gap completely.
Ok, figured out how to run a mockbuild that actually tries to build the
kmod and not just the akmod.
So now can I just run this to test if the module builds in rawhide
which helps a bit
rfpkg --release f36 mockbuild --with kmod
And seems it does build fine for 5.15 at least.
Not sure why I need to specify --release to rfpkg, but it seems that
without it kmodtool fails to understand what kernel to build for.
No matching package to install: 'kernel-devel-uname-r = unknown.x86_64'
Error: Some packages could not be found.