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by TheGeralt
Tue 14. Apr 2009, 21:18
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: comments on the off-tree package
Replies: 0
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comments on the off-tree package

The topic is pretty generic, so that there can be one thread for stuff like this. Currently prepare.sh has the following shebang "/usr/bin/env bash". I suggest to change it to "/bin/sh", because basically every POSIX system has /bin/sh and currently prepare.sh is neither needing nor using anything b...
by TheGeralt
Tue 14. Apr 2009, 19:33
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: kernel-config requirements for off-tree package
Replies: 4
Views: 4300

Re: kernel-config requirements for off-tree package

This would need some advanced infrastructure. At the moment I use the boards file attachment function to provide those packages. To fit your wishes I need to upload those packages to a directory. But that shouldn't be a big problem. How much traffic should I expect if there is en ebuild ? Well, I d...
by TheGeralt
Tue 14. Apr 2009, 18:27
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: kernel-config requirements for off-tree package
Replies: 4
Views: 4300

Re: kernel-config requirements for off-tree package

Ok, thanks :) Could you provide the phc releases as direct downloads like http://www.linux-phc.org/download/phc-intel-0.3.2-4.tar.gz and keep older releases for some time? This makes it more likely that it will be included into the official Gentoo package repository. And it's also important that the...
by TheGeralt
Tue 14. Apr 2009, 13:08
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: kernel-config requirements for off-tree package
Replies: 4
Views: 4300

kernel-config requirements for off-tree package

Hi, what kernel config settings are required to build the off-tree linux-phc module? I suppose that "CONFIG_X86_ACPI_CPUFREQ=y" is not working, but "CONFIG_X86_ACPI_CPUFREQ=m" is required. Are there some other options I have to take into account as well? I'm asking this becasue I want to write an eb...
by TheGeralt
Thu 15. Jan 2009, 18:29
Forum: PHC Discussions
Topic: PHC packaging
Replies: 21
Views: 16569

Re: PHC packaging

There is a way to auto-rebuild all 3rd party modules in Gentoo: sys-kernel/module-rebuild

So if a Gentoo user (like me) does not want to rebuild it himself he can just use module-rebuild :-)