Re: kbuild: disable depmod in cross-compile kernel build

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On Fri, 19 Oct 2007, Linux Kernel Mailing List wrote:
> Gitweb:;a=commit;h=50a8ec31c3a00594ceb7c5f1dcf2ecdaf6a5b847
> Commit:     50a8ec31c3a00594ceb7c5f1dcf2ecdaf6a5b847
> Parent:     6f67a00498abf8f0b29c2cecfce188c70be309d0
> Author:     Sam Ravnborg <sam@neptun.(none)>
> AuthorDate: Thu Oct 18 21:24:21 2007 +0200
> Committer:  Sam Ravnborg <sam@neptun.(none)>
> CommitDate: Thu Oct 18 23:17:06 2007 +0200
>     kbuild: disable depmod in cross-compile kernel build
>     When building embedded systems in a cross-compile environment and
>     populating a target's file system image, we don't want to run the
>     depmod on the host as we may be building for a completely different
>     architecture. Since there's no such thing as a cross-depmod, we
>     just disable running depmod in the cross-compile case and we just
>     run depmod on the target at bootup.
>     Inspired by patches from Christian, Armin and Deepak.
>     This solves:
>     Signed-off-by: Sam Ravnborg <[email protected]>
>     Cc: Christian Bjølevik <[email protected]>
>     Cc: Deepak Saxena <[email protected]> and
>     Cc: Armin Kuster <[email protected]>,

Euh, is these really necessary?

At work I have no problems running depmod on an i386 system for ppc64 modules
after I installed module-init-tools 3.3-pre2 (from Debian).
I did have problems (depmod SEGV) using the depmod that came with CentOS
4 (from module-init-tools 3.1-pre5).



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