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#!/bin/bash
# $Id$
compile_kernel_args() {
local ARGS
ARGS=''
if [ "${KERNEL_CROSS_COMPILE}" != '' ]
then
ARGS="${ARGS} CROSS_COMPILE=\"${KERNEL_CROSS_COMPILE}\""
else
if [ "${KERNEL_CC}" != '' ]
then
ARGS="CC=\"${KERNEL_CC}\""
fi
if [ "${KERNEL_LD}" != '' ]
then
ARGS="${ARGS} LD=\"${KERNEL_LD}\""
fi
if [ "${KERNEL_AS}" != '' ]
then
ARGS="${ARGS} AS=\"${KERNEL_AS}\""
fi
if [ -n "${KERNEL_ARCH}" ]
then
ARGS="${ARGS} ARCH=\"${KERNEL_ARCH}\""
fi
# tweak destination for firmware install...
ARGS="${ARGS} INSTALL_FW_PATH=\"${FIRMWARE_DST}\""
fi
# point to the sources we are building:
if [ "$BUILD_SRC" != "$BUILD_DST" ]
then
ARGS="${ARGS} O=\"${BUILD_DST}\""
fi
echo -n "${ARGS}"
}
compile_utils_args()
{
local ARGS
ARGS=''
if [ -n "${UTILS_CROSS_COMPILE}" ]
then
UTILS_CC="${UTILS_CROSS_COMPILE}gcc"
UTILS_LD="${UTILS_CROSS_COMPILE}ld"
UTILS_AS="${UTILS_CROSS_COMPILE}as"
fi
if [ "${UTILS_ARCH}" != '' ]
then
ARGS="ARCH=\"${UTILS_ARCH}\""
fi
if [ "${UTILS_CC}" != '' ]
then
ARGS="CC=\"${UTILS_CC}\""
fi
if [ "${UTILS_LD}" != '' ]
then
ARGS="${ARGS} LD=\"${UTILS_LD}\""
fi
if [ "${UTILS_AS}" != '' ]
then
ARGS="${ARGS} AS=\"${UTILS_AS}\""
fi
echo -n "${ARGS}"
}
export_utils_args()
{
save_args
if [ "${UTILS_ARCH}" != '' ]
then
export ARCH="${UTILS_ARCH}"
fi
if [ "${UTILS_CC}" != '' ]
then
export CC="${UTILS_CC}"
fi
if [ "${UTILS_LD}" != '' ]
then
export LD="${UTILS_LD}"
fi
if [ "${UTILS_AS}" != '' ]
then
export AS="${UTILS_AS}"
fi
}
unset_utils_args()
{
if [ "${UTILS_ARCH}" != '' ]
then
unset ARCH
fi
if [ "${UTILS_CC}" != '' ]
then
unset CC
fi
if [ "${UTILS_LD}" != '' ]
then
unset LD
fi
if [ "${UTILS_AS}" != '' ]
then
unset AS
fi
reset_args
}
export_kernel_args()
{
if [ "${KERNEL_CC}" != '' ]
then
export CC="${KERNEL_CC}"
fi
if [ "${KERNEL_LD}" != '' ]
then
export LD="${KERNEL_LD}"
fi
if [ "${KERNEL_AS}" != '' ]
then
export AS="${KERNEL_AS}"
fi
if [ "${KERNEL_CROSS_COMPILE}" != '' ]
then
export CROSS_COMPILE="${KERNEL_CROSS_COMPILE}"
fi
}
unset_kernel_args()
{
if [ "${KERNEL_CC}" != '' ]
then
unset CC
fi
if [ "${KERNEL_LD}" != '' ]
then
unset LD
fi
if [ "${KERNEL_AS}" != '' ]
then
unset AS
fi
if [ "${KERNEL_CROSS_COMPILE}" != '' ]
then
unset CROSS_COMPILE
fi
}
save_args()
{
if [ "${ARCH}" != '' ]
then
export ORIG_ARCH="${ARCH}"
fi
if [ "${CC}" != '' ]
then
export ORIG_CC="${CC}"
fi
if [ "${LD}" != '' ]
then
export ORIG_LD="${LD}"
fi
if [ "${AS}" != '' ]
then
export ORIG_AS="${AS}"
fi
if [ "${CROSS_COMPILE}" != '' ]
then
export ORIG_CROSS_COMPILE="${CROSS_COMPILE}"
fi
}
reset_args()
{
if [ "${ORIG_ARCH}" != '' ]
then
export ARCH="${ORIG_ARCH}"
unset ORIG_ARCH
fi
if [ "${ORIG_CC}" != '' ]
then
export CC="${ORIG_CC}"
unset ORIG_CC
fi
if [ "${ORIG_LD}" != '' ]
then
export LD="${ORIG_LD}"
unset ORIG_LD
fi
if [ "${ORIG_AS}" != '' ]
then
export AS="${ORIG_AS}"
unset ORIG_AS
fi
if [ "${ORIG_CROSS_COMPILE}" != '' ]
then
export CROSS_COMPILE="${ORIG_CROSS_COMPILE}"
unset ORIG_CROSS_COMPILE
fi
}
apply_patches() {
util=$1
version=$2
if [ -d "${GK_SHARE}/patches/${util}/${version}" ]
then
print_info 1 "${util}: >> Applying patches..."
for i in ${GK_SHARE}/patches/${util}/${version}/*{diff,patch}
do
[ -f "${i}" ] || continue
patch_success=0
for j in `seq 0 5`
do
patch -p${j} --backup-if-mismatch -f < "${i}" >/dev/null
if [ $? = 0 ]
then
patch_success=1
break
fi
done
if [ ${patch_success} -eq 1 ]
then
print_info 1 " - `basename ${i}`"
else
gen_die "could not apply patch ${i} for ${util}-${version}"
fi
done
fi
}
compile_generic() {
local RET
[ "$#" -lt '2' ] &&
gen_die 'compile_generic(): improper usage!'
local target=${1}
local argstype=${2}
case "${argstype}" in
kernel|kernelruntask)
export_kernel_args
MAKE=${KERNEL_MAKE}
;;
utils)
export_utils_args
MAKE=${UTILS_MAKE}
;;
esac
case "${argstype}" in
kernel|kernelruntask) ARGS="`compile_kernel_args`" ;;
utils) ARGS="`compile_utils_args`" ;;
*) ARGS="" ;;
esac
shift 2
# the eval usage is needed in the next set of code
# as ARGS can contain spaces and quotes, eg:
# ARGS='CC="ccache gcc"'
if [ "${argstype}" == 'kernelruntask' ]
then
# Silent operation, forced -j1
print_info 2 "COMMAND: ${MAKE} ${MAKEOPTS} -j1 ${ARGS} ${target} $*" 1 0 1
eval ${MAKE} -s ${MAKEOPTS} -j1 "${ARGS}" ${target} $*
RET=$?
elif [ "${LOGLEVEL}" -gt "1" ]
then
# Output to stdout and logfile
print_info 2 "COMMAND: ${MAKE} ${MAKEOPTS} ${ARGS} ${target} $*" 1 0 1
eval ${MAKE} ${MAKEOPTS} ${ARGS} ${target} $* 2>&1 | tee -a ${LOGFILE}
RET=${PIPESTATUS[0]}
else
# Output to logfile only
print_info 2 "COMMAND: ${MAKE} ${MAKEOPTS} ${ARGS} ${1} $*" 1 0 1
eval ${MAKE} ${MAKEOPTS} ${ARGS} ${target} $* >> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1
RET=$?
fi
[ ${RET} -ne 0 ] &&
gen_die "Failed to compile the \"${target}\" target..."
unset MAKE
unset ARGS
case "${argstype}" in
kernel) unset_kernel_args ;;
utils) unset_utils_args ;;
esac
}
compile_modules() {
print_info 1 " >> Compiling ${KV} modules..."
cd ${BUILD_SRC}
compile_generic modules kernel
export UNAME_MACHINE="${ARCH}"
[ "${INSTALL_MOD_PATH}" != '' ] && export INSTALL_MOD_PATH
MAKEOPTS="${MAKEOPTS} -j1" compile_generic "modules_install" kernel
unset UNAME_MACHINE
}
compile_kernel() {
[ "${KERNEL_MAKE}" = '' ] &&
gen_die "KERNEL_MAKE undefined - I don't know how to compile a kernel for this arch!"
cd ${BUILD_SRC}
local kernel_make_directive="${KERNEL_MAKE_DIRECTIVE}"
if [ "${KERNEL_MAKE_DIRECTIVE_OVERRIDE}" != "${DEFAULT_KERNEL_MAKE_DIRECTIVE_OVERRIDE}" ]; then
kernel_make_directive="${KERNEL_MAKE_DIRECTIVE_OVERRIDE}"
fi
print_info 1 " >> Compiling ${KV} ${kernel_make_directive/_install/ [ install ]/}..."
compile_generic "${kernel_make_directive}" kernel
if [ "${KERNEL_MAKE_DIRECTIVE_2}" != '' ]
then
print_info 1 " >> Starting supplimental compile of ${KV}: ${KERNEL_MAKE_DIRECTIVE_2}..."
compile_generic "${KERNEL_MAKE_DIRECTIVE_2}" kernel
fi
local ext_fw_build="yes"
local fw_makefile='fgrep firmware_install "${BUILD_SRC}"/Makefile'
if [ -z "${fw_makefile}" ]
then
print_info 1 " >> Disabling firmware build due to firmware_install target not being available..."
ext_fw_build="no"
else
local firmware_in_kernel_line=`fgrep CONFIG_FIRMWARE_IN_KERNEL "${BUILD_DST}"/.config`
if [ -n "${firmware_in_kernel_line}" -a "${firmware_in_kernel_line}" == CONFIG_FIRMWARE_IN_KERNEL=y ]
then
ext_fw_build="no"
print_info 1 " >> Not installing firmware as it's included in the kernel already (CONFIG_FIRMWARE_IN_KERNEL=y)..."
fi
fi
if [ "$ext_fw_build" == "yes" ]
then
print_info 1 " >> Installing firmware ('make firmware_install')..."
MAKEOPTS="${MAKEOPTS} -j1" compile_generic "firmware_install" kernel
fi
local tmp_kernel_binary=$(find_kernel_binary ${KERNEL_BINARY_OVERRIDE:-${KERNEL_BINARY}})
local tmp_kernel_binary2=$(find_kernel_binary ${KERNEL_BINARY_2})
if [ -z "${tmp_kernel_binary}" ]
then
gen_die "Cannot locate kernel binary"
fi
if ! isTrue "${CMD_NOINSTALL}"
then
copy_image_with_preserve "kernel" \
"${tmp_kernel_binary}" \
"kernel-${FULLNAME}"
copy_image_with_preserve "System.map" \
"${BUILD_DST}/System.map" \
"System.map-${FULLNAME}"
if isTrue "${GENZIMAGE}"
then
copy_image_with_preserve "kernelz" \
"${tmp_kernel_binary2}" \
"kernelz-${KV}"
fi
else
cp "${tmp_kernel_binary}" "${TMPDIR}/kernel-${FULLNAME}" ||
gen_die "Could not copy the kernel binary to ${TMPDIR}!"
cp "System.map" "${TMPDIR}/System.map-${FULLNAME}" ||
gen_die "Could not copy System.map to ${TMPDIR}!"
if isTrue "${GENZIMAGE}"
then
cp "${tmp_kernel_binary2}" "${TMPDIR}/kernelz-${KV}" ||
gen_die "Could not copy the kernelz binary to ${TMPDIR}!"
fi
fi
}
compile_busybox() {
[ -f "${BUSYBOX_SRCTAR}" ] ||
gen_die "Could not find busybox source tarball: ${BUSYBOX_SRCTAR}!"
if [ -n "${BUSYBOX_CONFIG}" ]
then
[ -f "${BUSYBOX_CONFIG}" ] ||
gen_die "Could not find busybox config file: ${BUSYBOX_CONFIG}"
elif isTrue "${NETBOOT}" && [ -f "$(arch_replace "${GK_SHARE}/arch/%%ARCH%%/netboot-busy-config")" ]
then
BUSYBOX_CONFIG="$(arch_replace "${GK_SHARE}/arch/%%ARCH%%/netboot-busy-config")"
elif isTrue "${NETBOOT}" && [ -f "${GK_SHARE}/netboot/busy-config" ]
then
BUSYBOX_CONFIG="${GK_SHARE}/netboot/busy-config"
elif [ -f "$(arch_replace "${GK_SHARE}/arch/%%ARCH%%/busy-config")" ]
then
BUSYBOX_CONFIG="$(arch_replace "${GK_SHARE}/arch/%%ARCH%%/busy-config")"
elif [ -f "${GK_SHARE}/defaults/busy-config" ]
then
BUSYBOX_CONFIG="${GK_SHARE}/defaults/busy-config"
else
gen_die "Could not find a busybox config file"
fi
# Delete cache if stored config's MD5 does not match one to be used
if [ -f "${BUSYBOX_BINCACHE}" ]
then
oldconfig_md5=$(tar -xjf "${BUSYBOX_BINCACHE}" -O .config.gk_orig 2>/dev/null | md5sum)
newconfig_md5=$(md5sum < "${BUSYBOX_CONFIG}")
if [ "${oldconfig_md5}" != "${newconfig_md5}" ]
then
print_info 1 "busybox: >> Removing stale cache..."
rm -rf "${BUSYBOX_BINCACHE}"
else
print_info 1 "busybox: >> Using cache"
fi
fi
if [ ! -f "${BUSYBOX_BINCACHE}" ]
then
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${BUSYBOX_DIR}" > /dev/null
/bin/tar -jxpf ${BUSYBOX_SRCTAR} ||
gen_die 'Could not extract busybox source tarball!'
[ -d "${BUSYBOX_DIR}" ] ||
gen_die 'Busybox directory ${BUSYBOX_DIR} is invalid!'
cp "${BUSYBOX_CONFIG}" "${BUSYBOX_DIR}/.config"
cp "${BUSYBOX_CONFIG}" "${BUSYBOX_DIR}/.config.gk_orig"
cd "${BUSYBOX_DIR}"
apply_patches busybox ${BUSYBOX_VER}
print_info 1 'busybox: >> Configuring...'
yes '' 2>/dev/null | compile_generic oldconfig utils
print_info 1 'busybox: >> Compiling...'
compile_generic all utils
print_info 1 'busybox: >> Copying to cache...'
[ -f "${TEMP}/${BUSYBOX_DIR}/busybox" ] ||
gen_die 'Busybox executable does not exist!'
strip "${TEMP}/${BUSYBOX_DIR}/busybox" ||
gen_die 'Could not strip busybox binary!'
tar -cj -C "${TEMP}/${BUSYBOX_DIR}" -f "${BUSYBOX_BINCACHE}" busybox .config .config.gk_orig ||
gen_die 'Could not create the busybox bincache!'
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${BUSYBOX_DIR}" > /dev/null
fi
}
compile_dmraid() {
compile_device_mapper
if [ ! -f "${DMRAID_BINCACHE}" ]
then
[ -f "${DMRAID_SRCTAR}" ] ||
gen_die "Could not find DMRAID source tarball: ${DMRAID_SRCTAR}! Please place it there, or place another version, changing /etc/genkernel.conf as necessary!"
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf ${DMRAID_DIR} > /dev/null
/bin/tar -jxpf ${DMRAID_SRCTAR} ||
gen_die 'Could not extract DMRAID source tarball!'
[ -d "${DMRAID_DIR}" ] ||
gen_die 'DMRAID directory ${DMRAID_DIR} is invalid!'
rm -rf "${TEMP}/device-mapper" > /dev/null
/bin/tar -jxpf "${DEVICE_MAPPER_BINCACHE}" -C "${TEMP}" ||
gen_die "Could not extract device-mapper binary cache!";
cd "${DMRAID_DIR}"
print_info 1 'dmraid: >> Configuring...'
LDFLAGS="-L${TEMP}/device-mapper/lib" \
CFLAGS="-I${TEMP}/device-mapper/include" \
CPPFLAGS="-I${TEMP}/device-mapper/include" \
./configure --enable-static_link --prefix=${TEMP}/dmraid >> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1 ||
gen_die 'Configure of dmraid failed!'
# We dont necessarily have selinux installed yet... look into
# selinux global support in the future.
sed -i tools/Makefile -e "s|DMRAIDLIBS += -lselinux||g"
###echo "DMRAIDLIBS += -lselinux -lsepol" >> tools/Makefile
mkdir -p "${TEMP}/dmraid"
print_info 1 'dmraid: >> Compiling...'
# Force dmraid to be built with -j1 for bug #188273
MAKEOPTS="${MAKEOPTS} -j1" compile_generic '' utils
#compile_generic 'install' utils
mkdir ${TEMP}/dmraid/sbin
install -m 0755 -s tools/dmraid "${TEMP}/dmraid/sbin/dmraid"
print_info 1 ' >> Copying to bincache...'
cd "${TEMP}/dmraid"
/bin/tar -cjf "${DMRAID_BINCACHE}" sbin/dmraid ||
gen_die 'Could not create binary cache'
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${TEMP}/device-mapper" > /dev/null
rm -rf "${DMRAID_DIR}" dmraid
fi
}
compile_device_mapper() {
if [ ! -f "${DEVICE_MAPPER_BINCACHE}" ]
then
[ ! -f "${DEVICE_MAPPER_SRCTAR}" ] &&
gen_die "Could not find device-mapper source tarball: ${DEVICE_MAPPER_SRCTAR}. Please place it there, or place another version, changing /etc/genkernel.conf as necessary!"
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${DEVICE_MAPPER_DIR}"
/bin/tar -zxpf "${DEVICE_MAPPER_SRCTAR}"
[ ! -d "${DEVICE_MAPPER_DIR}" ] &&
gen_die "device-mapper directory ${DEVICE_MAPPER_DIR} invalid"
cd "${DEVICE_MAPPER_DIR}"
CFLAGS="-fPIC" \
./configure --prefix=${TEMP}/device-mapper --enable-static_link \
--disable-selinux >> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1 ||
gen_die 'Configuring device-mapper failed!'
print_info 1 'device-mapper: >> Compiling...'
compile_generic '' utils
compile_generic 'install' utils
print_info 1 ' >> Copying to cache...'
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${TEMP}/device-mapper/man" ||
gen_die 'Could not remove manual pages!'
strip "${TEMP}/device-mapper/sbin/dmsetup" ||
gen_die 'Could not strip dmsetup binary!'
/bin/tar -jcpf "${DEVICE_MAPPER_BINCACHE}" device-mapper ||
gen_die 'Could not tar up the device-mapper binary!'
[ -f "${DEVICE_MAPPER_BINCACHE}" ] ||
gen_die 'device-mapper cache not created!'
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${DEVICE_MAPPER_DIR}" > /dev/null
rm -rf "${TEMP}/device-mapper" > /dev/null
fi
}
compile_e2fsprogs() {
if [ -f "${BLKID_BINCACHE}" ]
then
print_info 1 "blkid: >> Using cache"
else
[ ! -f "${E2FSPROGS_SRCTAR}" ] &&
gen_die "Could not find e2fsprogs source tarball: ${E2FSPROGS_SRCTAR}. Please place it there, or place another version, changing /etc/genkernel.conf as necessary!"
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${E2FSPROGS_DIR}"
tar -zxpf "${E2FSPROGS_SRCTAR}"
[ ! -d "${E2FSPROGS_DIR}" ] &&
gen_die "e2fsprogs directory ${E2FSPROGS_DIR} invalid"
cd "${E2FSPROGS_DIR}"
print_info 1 'e2fsprogs: >> Configuring...'
LDFLAGS=-static ./configure >> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1 ||
gen_die 'Configuring e2fsprogs failed!'
print_info 1 'e2fsprogs: >> Compiling...'
MAKE=${UTILS_MAKE} compile_generic "" ""
print_info 1 'blkid: >> Copying to cache...'
[ -f "${TEMP}/${E2FSPROGS_DIR}/misc/blkid" ] ||
gen_die 'Blkid executable does not exist!'
strip "${TEMP}/${E2FSPROGS_DIR}/misc/blkid" ||
gen_die 'Could not strip blkid binary!'
bzip2 "${TEMP}/${E2FSPROGS_DIR}/misc/blkid" ||
gen_die 'bzip2 compression of blkid failed!'
mv "${TEMP}/${E2FSPROGS_DIR}/misc/blkid.bz2" "${BLKID_BINCACHE}" ||
gen_die 'Could not copy the blkid binary to the package directory, does the directory exist?'
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${E2FSPROGS_DIR}" > /dev/null
fi
}
compile_fuse() {
if [ ! -f "${FUSE_BINCACHE}" ]
then
[ ! -f "${FUSE_SRCTAR}" ] &&
gen_die "Could not find fuse source tarball: ${FUSE_SRCTAR}. Please place it there, or place another version, changing /etc/genkernel.conf as necessary!"
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${FUSE_DIR}"
tar -zxpf "${FUSE_SRCTAR}"
[ ! -d "${FUSE_DIR}" ] &&
gen_die "fuse directory ${FUSE_DIR} invalid"
cd "${FUSE_DIR}"
print_info 1 'fuse: >> Configuring...'
./configure --disable-kernel-module --disable-example >> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1 ||
gen_die 'Configuring fuse failed!'
print_info 1 'fuse: >> Compiling...'
MAKE=${UTILS_MAKE} compile_generic "" ""
# Since we're linking statically against libfuse, we don't need to cache the .so
# print_info 1 'libfuse: >> Copying to cache...'
# [ -f "${TEMP}/${FUSE_DIR}/lib/.libs/libfuse.so" ] ||
# gen_die 'libfuse.so does not exist!'
# strip "${TEMP}/${FUSE_DIR}/lib/.libs/libfuse.so" ||
# gen_die 'Could not strip libfuse.so!'
# cd "${TEMP}/${FUSE_DIR}/lib/.libs"
# tar -cjf "${FUSE_BINCACHE}" libfuse*so* ||
# gen_die 'Could not create fuse bincache!'
cd "${TEMP}"
# rm -rf "${FUSE_DIR}" > /dev/null
fi
}
compile_unionfs_fuse() {
if [ ! -f "${UNIONFS_FUSE_BINCACHE}" ]
then
# We'll call compile_fuse() from here, since it's not needed directly by anything else
compile_fuse
[ ! -f "${UNIONFS_FUSE_SRCTAR}" ] &&
gen_die "Could not find unionfs-fuse source tarball: ${UNIONFS_FUSE_SRCTAR}. Please place it there, or place another version, changing /etc/genkernel.conf as necessary!"
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR}"
tar -jxpf "${UNIONFS_FUSE_SRCTAR}"
[ ! -d "${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR}" ] &&
gen_die "unionfs-fuse directory ${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR} invalid"
cd "${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR}"
print_info 1 'unionfs-fuse: >> Compiling...'
sed -i "/^\(CFLAGS\|CPPFLAGS\)/s:^\\(.*\\)$:\\1 -static -I${TEMP}/${FUSE_DIR}/include -L${TEMP}/${FUSE_DIR}/lib/.libs:" Makefile src/Makefile
sed -i "/^LIB = /s:^LIB = \(.*\)$:LIB = -static -L${TEMP}/${FUSE_DIR}/lib/.libs \1 -ldl -lrt:" Makefile src/Makefile
MAKE=${UTILS_MAKE} compile_generic "" ""
print_info 1 'unionfs-fuse: >> Copying to cache...'
[ -f "${TEMP}/${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR}/src/unionfs" ] ||
gen_die 'unionfs binary does not exist!'
strip "${TEMP}/${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR}/src/unionfs" ||
gen_die 'Could not strip unionfs binary!'
bzip2 "${TEMP}/${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR}/src/unionfs" ||
gen_die 'bzip2 compression of unionfs binary failed!'
mv "${TEMP}/${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR}/src/unionfs.bz2" "${UNIONFS_FUSE_BINCACHE}" ||
gen_die 'Could not copy the unionfs binary to the package directory, does the directory exist?'
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${UNIONFS_FUSE_DIR}" > /dev/null
fi
}
compile_iscsi() {
if [ ! -f "${ISCSI_BINCACHE}" ]
then
[ ! -f "${ISCSI_SRCTAR}" ] &&
gen_die "Could not find iSCSI source tarball: ${ISCSI_SRCTAR}. Please place it there, or place another version, changing /etc/genkernel.conf as necessary!"
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${ISCSI_DIR}"
tar -zxpf "${ISCSI_SRCTAR}"
[ ! -d "${ISCSI_DIR}" ] &&
gen_die "ISCSI directory ${ISCSI_DIR} invalid"
print_info 1 'iSCSI: >> Compiling...'
cd "${TEMP}/${ISCSI_DIR}"
apply_patches iscsi ${ISCSI_VER}
# Only build userspace
print_info 1 'iSCSI: >> Configuring userspace...'
cd utils/open-isns || gen_die 'Could not enter open-isns dir'
# we currently have a patch that changes configure.ac
# once given patch is dropped, drop autoconf too
autoconf || gen_die 'Could not tweak open-iscsi configuration'
./configure --without-slp >> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1 || gen_die 'Could not configure userspace'
cd ../.. || gen_die 'wtf?'
MAKE=${UTILS_MAKE} compile_generic "user" ""
# if kernel modules exist, copy them to initramfs, otherwise it will be compiled into the kernel
mkdir -p "${TEMP}/initramfs-iscsi-temp/lib/modules/${RELEASE}/kernel/drivers/scsi/"
for modname in iscsi_tcp libiscsi scsi_transport_iscsi
do
if [ -e "${BUILD_DST}/drivers/scsi/${modname}.ko" ]
then
cp ${BUILD_DST}/drivers/scsi/${modname}.ko "${TEMP}/initramfs-iscsi-temp/lib/modules/${RELEASE}/kernel/drivers/scsi/"
fi
done
cd "${TEMP}/initramfs-iscsi-temp/"
print_info 1 'iscsistart: >> Copying to cache...'
[ -f "${TEMP}/${ISCSI_DIR}/usr/iscsistart" ] ||
gen_die 'iscsistart executable does not exist!'
strip "${TEMP}/${ISCSI_DIR}/usr/iscsistart" ||
gen_die 'Could not strip iscsistart binary!'
bzip2 "${TEMP}/${ISCSI_DIR}/usr/iscsistart" ||
gen_die 'bzip2 compression of iscsistart failed!'
mv "${TEMP}/${ISCSI_DIR}/usr/iscsistart.bz2" "${ISCSI_BINCACHE}" ||
gen_die 'Could not copy the iscsistart binary to the package directory, does the directory exist?'
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${ISCSI_DIR}" > /dev/null
fi
}
compile_gpg() {
if [ -f "${GPG_BINCACHE}" ]
then
print_info 1 "gnupg: >> Using cache"
else
[ ! -f "${GPG_SRCTAR}" ] &&
gen_die "Could not find gnupg source tarball: ${GPG_SRCTAR}. Please place it there, or place another version, changing /etc/genkernel.conf as necessary!"
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${GPG_DIR}"
tar -jxf "${GPG_SRCTAR}"
[ ! -d "${GPG_DIR}" ] &&
gen_die "gnupg directory ${GPG_DIR} invalid"
cd "${GPG_DIR}"
print_info 1 'gnupg: >> Configuring...'
# --enable-minimal works, but it doesn't reduce the command length much.
# Given its history and the precision this needs, explicit is cleaner.
LDFLAGS='-static' CFLAGS='-Os' ./configure --prefix=/ \
--enable-static-rnd=linux --disable-dev-random --disable-asm \
--disable-selinux-support --disable-gnupg-iconv --disable-card-support \
--disable-agent-support --disable-bzip2 --disable-exec \
--disable-photo-viewers --disable-keyserver-helpers --disable-ldap \
--disable-hkp --disable-finger --disable-generic --disable-mailto \
--disable-keyserver-path --disable-dns-srv --disable-dns-pka \
--disable-dns-cert --disable-nls --disable-threads --disable-regex \
--disable-optimization --with-included-zlib --without-capabilities \
--without-tar --without-ldap --without-libcurl --without-mailprog \
--without-libpth-prefix --without-libiconv-prefix --without-libintl-prefix\
--without-zlib --without-bzip2 --without-libusb --without-readline \
>> ${LOGFILE} 2>&1 || gen_die 'Configuring gnupg failed!'
print_info 1 'gnupg: >> Compiling...'
compile_generic "" "utils"
print_info 1 'gnupg: >> Copying to cache...'
[ -f "${TEMP}/${GPG_DIR}/g10/gpg" ] ||
gen_die 'gnupg executable does not exist!'
strip "${TEMP}/${GPG_DIR}/g10/gpg" ||
gen_die 'Could not strip gpg binary!'
bzip2 -z -c "${TEMP}/${GPG_DIR}/g10/gpg" > "${GPG_BINCACHE}" ||
gen_die 'Could not copy the gpg binary to the package directory, does the directory exist?'
cd "${TEMP}"
rm -rf "${GPG_DIR}" > /dev/null
fi
}
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