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Building custom kernel modules fails in 1897.0.0 #2505
Container Linux Version
I have an automated process for building a custom kernel module (wireguard) for coreos.
When I executed the module's make command in 1897.0.0 I got:
It's working for me. Can you paste your scripts?
I ran this in the developer container, and everything finished successfully:
Thanks for helping out.
This script is running on the coreOS machine:
and /tmp/installer.sh is:
The reason you saw the problem and I didn't is because your script mounts
Since an upgrade of the package manager a few weeks ago, it seems that they made a change in behavior that contradicts the documentation which resulted in kernel headers starting to be dropped from production images. They were still included in the developer container's file system, so our automated tests on it still passed.
I've added a workaround for that so it should work again in the next release.