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preserve 'System.map' during kernel build #1698

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kdomanski commented Dec 17, 2015

allows the proper operation of 'depmod' when building out-of-tree modules

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crawford commented Dec 17, 2015

/cc @vcaputo

@@ -156,6 +156,11 @@ prepare-lib-modules-release-dirs() {
"${D}/usr/lib/modules/${version}" || die
# Clean up the build tree and install for out-of-tree module builds
find build -follow -maxdepth 1 -name 'System.map' -print \

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@kdomanski please use "build/" here like the others

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vcaputo commented Dec 21, 2015

small nit, otherwise reasonable and lgtm, thanks!

preserve 'System.map' during kernel build
allows the proper operation of 'depmod' when building out-of-tree modules
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kdomanski commented Dec 29, 2015

vcaputo added a commit that referenced this pull request Jan 4, 2016

Merge pull request #1698 from experimental-platform/preserve-system-map
coreos-kernel: preserve 'System.map' during kernel build

@vcaputo vcaputo merged commit 0dd9f9b into coreos:master Jan 4, 2016

@kdomanski kdomanski deleted the experimental-platform:preserve-system-map branch Jan 4, 2016

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