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kernel-pkg.conf: configuration file for make-kpkg

NAME

kernel-pkg.conf - configuration file for make-kpkg
SYNOPSIS
/etc/kernel-pkg.conf or ~/.kernel-pkg.conf
DESCRIPTION
The file /etc/kernel-pkg.conf or ~/.kernel-pkg.conf is actually a Makefile snippet included during the kernel packages build process, and hence you may put any legal Makefile directive in that file (just make very sure you know what you are doing). If the per user configuration file ~/.kernel-pkg.conf exists, it is loaded in favor of the system wide configuration file /etc/kernel-pkg.conf. All the variables have reasonable default values, and maybe overridden on a per run or a per individual basis by using environment variables. Some of the variables can further be overridden by options to make-kpkg. At the moment, the user modifiable variables supported are: maintainer Local kernel (image, header, doc, etc) package maintainer. Set up at package installation by the postinst. Can be overridden by the environment variable KPKG_MAINTAINER. Please note that any apostrophes "'" shall have to be quoted like so: maintainer = John O'\''Brien. Yes, this is ugly, but this works. email The email address of that person. Set up at package installation by the postinst. Can be overridden by the environment variable KPKG_EMAIL. pgp A key-ID to use when signing packages. Usually passed along to dpkg-buildpackage using the -k option, and also third party modules in the KMAINT environment variable, if separate modules (like pcmcia etc) are being built in $MODULE_PATH. Can be overridden by the environment variable PGP_SIGNATURE, and is overridden (again) by the --pgpsign option of make-kpkg. Defaults to maintainer. (Optional) debian The version of the kernel packages, includes both the upstream version and the Debian revision. Can be overridden by the environment variable DEBIAN_REVISION, and is overridden (again) by the --revision option of make-kpkg. Defaults to <VERSION>-10.0.0.Custom (Optional) debian_revision_mandatory Normally unset. If this, or the environment variable DEBIAN_REVISION_MANDATORY are set, then not providing a debian revision results in an error (and make-kpkg shall not provide a default value of 10.0.0.Custom) kimage The kernel image type (i.e. zImage or bzImage). Can be overridden from the environment variable IMAGE_TYPE, and is overridden (again) by the options --zimage or --bzimage of make-kpkg. Defaults to bzImage. (Optional) config_target What type of configure step to do. Defaults to oldconfig, which is good for non-interactive (or minimally interactive) runs. (ENV variable CONFIG_TARGET overrides this setting.) If the value of config_target is not recognized, then it is reset to oldconfig. use_saved_config This is an experts only variable. If set to NO (ENV variable USE_SAVED_CONFIG overrides this), the file .config.save in the top level directory is ignored. root_cmd This is a variable meant to be passed on to dpkg-buildpackage in the buildpackage target. This should be set to a means of gaining superuser access (for example, 'sudo' or 'fakeroot') as needed by dpkg-buildpackages' -r option. The environment variable ROOT_CMD overrides this. Use the environment variable UNSIGN_SOURCE to pass an option to dpkg-buildpackage to not sign the source; similarly, use the environment variable UNSIGN_CHANGELOG to pass an option to dpkg-buildpackage to not sign the changelog. Again, this variable is only useful for the buildpackage target. Set the environment variable ROOT_CMD if you just wish to build the kernel image, for instance. delete_build_link If set to YES, the symbolic link /lib/modules/$VERSION/build shall be removed from the resulting .deb package. The environment variable DELETE_BUILD_LINK overrides this. The default is unset. Note that this is case sensitive, yes shall not work. do_clean Set to YES, this causes a make clean to be run in the kernel source tree after building the kernel image package. The environment variable CLEAN_SOURCE overrides this. The default is unset. Note that this is case sensitive, yes shall not work. install_vmlinux Set to YES to install the uncompressed kernel ELF image along with the bootable compressed kernel image (vmlinuz). The default is unset. Note that this is case sensitive, yes shall not work. image_clean_hook Set to point to an executable, this shall cause that executable to run from the top level of the (temporary) kernel image tree before the kernel image is packaged. This has no effect on anything other than the image that is being packaged -- if the script operates on the current directory and its children, the original source tree should remain intact. This is to facilitate massaging of the kernel image that is packaged. source_clean_hook Set to point to an executable, this shall cause that executable to run from the top level of the (temporary) kernel source tree before the sources are packaged, ./debian/tmp-source/usr/src/kernel-source-X.X.XX. This has no effect on anything other than the sources that are being packaged -- if the script operates on the current directory and its children, the original source tree should remain intact. This is to facilitate massaging of the kernel sources that are packaged (for example, to remove version control directories, or to prune away unwanted architectures). header_clean_hook Set to point to an executable, this shall cause that executable to run from the top level of the kernel headers before the headers are packaged. This has no effect on anything other than the sources that are being packaged -- if the script operates on the current directory and its children, the original source tree should remain intact. This is to facilitate massaging of the kernel headers that are packaged (for example, to remove version control directories, or to prune away unwanted architectures). doc_clean_hook Set to point to an executable, this shall cause that executable to run from the top of the documentation tree before kernel documentation is packaged. This has no effect on anything other than the documentation that is being packaged -- if the script operates on the current directory and its children, the original source tree should remain intact. This is to facilitate massaging of the kernel documentation that is packaged (for example, to remove version control directories, or to prune away unwanted architectures). extra_docs This variable should be set to the path of any extra documentation that should be installed in /usr/share/doc/kernel-image-X.X.XX/ directory. There is no checking for name conflicts, and the files are not compressed. Hence, if you want the files to be compressed, please precompress it and provide the path of the compressed file. The environment variable EXTRA_DOCS overrides this, and would most likely be how extra documentation is specified. kpkg_follow_symlinks_in_src This option is especially useful for people who use symlink farms to compile kernels. With this option, kernel-source and kernel-header packages shall not be just full of dangling symlinks, instead, the symbolic links shall be followed. Please note that any symbolic links in the kernel sources would be flattened as well. The environment variable KPKG_FOLLOW_SYMLINKS_IN_SRC overrides this. The default is unset. make_libc_headers This is meant to be used by the libc6 maintainer, when he compiles libc6, to also package up the corresponding headers. DO NOT SET THIS unless you know what you are doing, since a mismatch between the headers you package and libc6 may well create a subtle instability in all code compiled on your machine. You have been warned. The environment variable MAKE_LIBC_HEADERS overrides this. The default is unset. CONCURRENCY_LEVEL If defined, this variable sets the concurrency level of make used to compile the kernel and the modules set using -j flags to the sub make in the build target of make-kpkg. Should be a (small) integer, if used. ARCH_IN_NAME If defined, this variable causes make-kpkg to use an extended name for the kernel image package by embedding the subarchitecture in the image name, so one could write a script to create multiple subarchitectures one after the other. Please note that only the package name is affected, not module locations etc. CONFDIR Set this variable, either in the environment or in the config file, to point to the location where the kernel config files are located. These are architecture specific .config files (look at /usr/share/kernel-package/Config for examples). This is useful for people who need to compile for several architectures. Defaults to /usr/share/kernel-package/Config IMAGEDIR If you want the image to be stored elsewhere than /boot set this variable to the dir where you want the image. This may be of help to loadlin users. Defaults to /boot. MODULE_LOC Set this variable, either in the environment or in the config file, to point to the location where the add-on modules are located. Defaults to /usr/src/modules The value of a variable can be set so: a) Defaults exist in the rules file. These are the values used if no customization is done. b) Variables can be set in the config file /etc/kernel-pkg.conf. These values override the defaults. c) Variables can also be set by setting a corresponding environment variable. These values override the config file and the defaults. d) Using make-kpkg options, or, if using the rules file directly, on command line # xxx/rules DEBIAN_REVISION=2.0a kernel_image This overrides all the above methods.

FILES

The file described here is /etc/kernel-pkg.conf. or ~/.kernel-pkg.conf.

SEE ALSO

make-kpkg(1), kernel-img.conf(5), make(1), The GNU Make manual.

BUGS

There are no bugs. Any resemblance thereof is delirium. Really.

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. KERNEL-PKG.CONF(5)
 
 
 

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