I've got a problem building lustre in chroot environments. I've got lenny etch and sid both amd64 and i386 on my system. All the building for lustre worked all the way up to trying to build the modules against the kernel. The line running a make prepare scripts in the source directory didn't work. The kernel automagically takes a look at uname -r and assumes you are on that architecture not nessasarily what the build environment can support. I'm wondering what an appropriate fix for this would be, I couldn't seem to find a magic make variable in the module-assistant environment to pass to the kernel. So I'm wondering if calling make-kpkg with a target of configure would be more appropriate since that passes the appropriate ARCH variable to the kernel and does the appropriate things to the kernel source to allow for module building (I think).
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, - David Brown _______________________________________________ Pkg-lustre-maintainers mailing list Pkgfirstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/pkg-lustre-maintainers