promac at gmail
Jun 21, 2012, 7:26 PM
Post #2 of 2
On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 10:47 PM, Bob Lightfoot <boblfoot [at] gmail> wrote:
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> Dear Atrpms:
> This may be a basic "newb" question but here goes. I use several
> kdml packages from atrpms on my mythtv pc and every time a new kernel
> is released I end up patiently waiting for the next generation of
> kmdls to be packaged and released. I am not complaining about the
> timeliness or anything as I know what good deal of work goes into
> packaging for a new kernel. My question is this. When I ran Fedora
> we had kmods and akmods so that if the kmod wasn't yet released the
> akmod would build a temporary kmod for the new kernel. I have not
> found an akmdl or anything like it. How are others working with a
> situatuion like this?
You can build the kmdls yourself, because it is really simple.
I have build mines for the new rhel 6.3 kernel, which was out a couple of
days ago ...
Paulo Roma Cavalcanti
LCG - UFRJ