Re: make-dpkg w/ 18.104.22.168 & UML+SKAS+SELinux (no modules)
From: Matthew J. Harmon (mjh_at_itys.net)
Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 07:02:07 -0500 (CDT) To: Ionut Georgescu <email@example.com>
(Reply at bottom)
On Fri, 27 May 2005, Ionut Georgescu wrote:
On Thu, May 26, 2005 at 11:41:04PM -0500, Matthew J. Harmon wrote:
> First time posting, long time follower :)
> Running into a very odd error with make-dpkg. Honestly, I usually compile
> manually, however I'm following a wonderfully detailed HOWTO for
> creating a SELinux enabled UML system and would like to keep to the
> In any case, I have no modules enabled within this kernel configuration,
> all steps in the how-to have been followed, and I'm getting this error
> spit out:
> mjh@beta:/usr/local/src/kernel/uml-22.214.171.124$ time make-kpkg --arch=um
> --rootcmd=fakeroot kernel_image
> fakeroot /usr/bin/make -f /usr/share/kernel-package/rules real_stamp_image
> make: Entering directory `/usr/local/src/kernel/uml-126.96.36.199'
> mv /usr/local/src/kernel/uml-188.8.131.52/debian/tmp-image/lib/modules/*
> debian/tmp-image/usr/lib/uml/modules/ -v
> mv: cannot stat
> `/usr/local/src/kernel/uml-184.108.40.206/debian/tmp-image/lib/modules/*': No
> such file or directory
> make: *** [real_stamp_image] Error 1
> make: Leaving directory `/usr/local/src/kernel/uml-220.127.116.11'
> make: *** [kernel-image-deb] Error 2
> The oddity here, is that no - the directory does not exist, however it
> shouldn't exist as I have NO MODULES configured, I've gone through the
> .config I saved and verified there are no =m in the darn thing.
> Most of the searches I've done for this error don't seem to be resolved,
> most just recommend not compiling the kernel "the debian way", but I'm
> trying to stay pure here since this is the guest kernel that will be
> pushed across many UMLs.
> Thanks in advance for any guidance!
> Annotated HOWTO for creating SELinux enabled UML system
This is make-kpkg which is trying to install the modules, not the
kernel build system. And as you have no modules, it has nothing to
-- Thank you for that confirmation.
Compile some little tiny thing as a module to please it or just hack
with make-kpkg (sorry, no clue on that yet. I glanced over the manpage,
but I didn't find anything on the topic).
--- I'm trying to keep all modules out of this guest kernel, so I'll take
a closer look at make-kpkg and see if I can find something. Any tips are
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