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# Copyright 1999-2012 Gentoo Foundation
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Header: /var/cvsroot/gentoo-x86/eclass/linux-info.eclass,v 1.92 2012/06/26 00:06:14 robbat2 Exp $
# @ECLASS: linux-info.eclass
# @MAINTAINER:
# kernel-misc@gentoo.org
# @AUTHOR:
# Original author: John Mylchreest <johnm@gentoo.org>
# @BLURB: eclass used for accessing kernel related information
# @DESCRIPTION:
# This eclass is used as a central eclass for accessing kernel
# related information for source or binary already installed.
# It is vital for linux-mod.eclass to function correctly, and is split
# out so that any ebuild behaviour "templates" are abstracted out
# using additional eclasses.
#
# "kernel config" in this file means:
# The .config of the currently installed sources is used as the first
# preference, with a fall-back to bundled config (/proc/config.gz) if available.
#
# Before using any of the config-handling functions in this eclass, you must
# ensure that one of the following functions has been called (in order of
# preference), otherwise you will get bugs like #364041):
# linux-info_pkg_setup
# linux-info_get_any_version
# get_version
# get_running_version
# A Couple of env vars are available to effect usage of this eclass
# These are as follows:
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KERNEL_DIR
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A string containing the directory of the target kernel sources. The default value is
# "/usr/src/linux"
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: CONFIG_CHECK
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A string containing a list of .config options to check for before
# proceeding with the install.
#
# e.g.: CONFIG_CHECK="MTRR"
#
# You can also check that an option doesn't exist by
# prepending it with an exclamation mark (!).
#
# e.g.: CONFIG_CHECK="!MTRR"
#
# To simply warn about a missing option, prepend a '~'.
# It may be combined with '!'.
#
# In general, most checks should be non-fatal. The only time fatal checks should
# be used is for building kernel modules or cases that a compile will fail
# without the option.
#
# This is to allow usage of binary kernels, and minimal systems without kernel
# sources.
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: ERROR_<CFG>
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A string containing the error message to display when the check against CONFIG_CHECK
# fails. <CFG> should reference the appropriate option used in CONFIG_CHECK.
#
# e.g.: ERROR_MTRR="MTRR exists in the .config but shouldn't!!"
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KBUILD_OUTPUT
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A string passed on commandline, or set from the kernel makefile. It contains the directory
# which is to be used as the kernel object directory.
# There are also a couple of variables which are set by this, and shouldn't be
# set by hand. These are as follows:
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KV_FULL
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A read-only variable. It's a string containing the full kernel version. ie: 2.6.9-gentoo-johnm-r1
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KV_MAJOR
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A read-only variable. It's an integer containing the kernel major version. ie: 2
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KV_MINOR
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A read-only variable. It's an integer containing the kernel minor version. ie: 6
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KV_PATCH
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A read-only variable. It's an integer containing the kernel patch version. ie: 9
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KV_EXTRA
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A read-only variable. It's a string containing the kernel EXTRAVERSION. ie: -gentoo
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KV_LOCAL
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A read-only variable. It's a string containing the kernel LOCALVERSION concatenation. ie: -johnm
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KV_DIR
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A read-only variable. It's a string containing the kernel source directory, will be null if
# KERNEL_DIR is invalid.
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: KV_OUT_DIR
# @DESCRIPTION:
# A read-only variable. It's a string containing the kernel object directory, will be KV_DIR unless
# KBUILD_OUTPUT is used. This should be used for referencing .config.
# And to ensure all the weirdness with crosscompile
inherit toolchain-funcs versionator
EXPORT_FUNCTIONS pkg_setup
DEPEND=""
RDEPEND=""
# Overwritable environment Var's
# ---------------------------------------
KERNEL_DIR="${KERNEL_DIR:-${ROOT}usr/src/linux}"
# Bug fixes
# fix to bug #75034
case ${ARCH} in
ppc) BUILD_FIXES="${BUILD_FIXES} TOUT=${T}/.tmp_gas_check";;
ppc64) BUILD_FIXES="${BUILD_FIXES} TOUT=${T}/.tmp_gas_check";;
esac
# @FUNCTION: set_arch_to_kernel
# @DESCRIPTION:
# Set the env ARCH to match what the kernel expects.
set_arch_to_kernel() { export ARCH=$(tc-arch-kernel); }
# @FUNCTION: set_arch_to_portage
# @DESCRIPTION:
# Set the env ARCH to match what portage expects.
set_arch_to_portage() { export ARCH=$(tc-arch); }
# qeinfo "Message"
# -------------------
# qeinfo is a quiet einfo call when EBUILD_PHASE
# should not have visible output.
qout() {
local outputmsg type
type=${1}
shift
outputmsg="${@}"
case "${EBUILD_PHASE}" in
depend) unset outputmsg;;
clean) unset outputmsg;;
preinst) unset outputmsg;;
esac
[ -n "${outputmsg}" ] && ${type} "${outputmsg}"
}
qeinfo() { qout einfo "${@}" ; }
qewarn() { qout ewarn "${@}" ; }
qeerror() { qout eerror "${@}" ; }
# File Functions
# ---------------------------------------
# @FUNCTION: getfilevar
# @USAGE: variable configfile
# @RETURN: the value of the variable
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It detects the value of the variable defined in the file configfile. This is
# done by including the configfile, and printing the variable with Make.
# It WILL break if your makefile has missing dependencies!
getfilevar() {
local ERROR basefname basedname myARCH="${ARCH}"
ERROR=0
[ -z "${1}" ] && ERROR=1
[ ! -f "${2}" ] && ERROR=1
if [ "${ERROR}" = 1 ]
then
echo -e "\n"
eerror "getfilevar requires 2 variables, with the second a valid file."
eerror " getfilevar <VARIABLE> <CONFIGFILE>"
else
basefname="$(basename ${2})"
basedname="$(dirname ${2})"
unset ARCH
echo -e "e:\\n\\t@echo \$(${1})\\ninclude ${basefname}" | \
make -C "${basedname}" M="${S}" ${BUILD_FIXES} -s -f - 2>/dev/null
ARCH=${myARCH}
fi
}
# @FUNCTION: getfilevar_noexec
# @USAGE: variable configfile
# @RETURN: the value of the variable
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It detects the value of the variable defined in the file configfile.
# This is done with sed matching an expression only. If the variable is defined,
# you will run into problems. See getfilevar for those cases.
getfilevar_noexec() {
local ERROR basefname basedname mycat myARCH="${ARCH}"
ERROR=0
mycat='cat'
[ -z "${1}" ] && ERROR=1
[ ! -f "${2}" ] && ERROR=1
[ "${2%.gz}" != "${2}" ] && mycat='zcat'
if [ "${ERROR}" = 1 ]
then
echo -e "\n"
eerror "getfilevar_noexec requires 2 variables, with the second a valid file."
eerror " getfilevar_noexec <VARIABLE> <CONFIGFILE>"
else
${mycat} "${2}" | \
sed -n \
-e "/^[[:space:]]*${1}[[:space:]]*:\\?=[[:space:]]*\(.*\)\$/{
s,^[^=]*[[:space:]]*=[[:space:]]*,,g ;
s,[[:space:]]*\$,,g ;
p
}"
fi
}
# @ECLASS-VARIABLE: _LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE
# @INTERNAL
# @DESCRIPTION:
# This is only set if one of the linux_config_*exists functions has been called.
# We use it for a QA warning that the check for a config has not been performed,
# as linux_chkconfig* in non-legacy mode WILL return an undefined value if no
# config is available at all.
_LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE=
linux_config_qa_check() {
local f="$1"
if [ -z "${_LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE}" ]; then
ewarn "QA: You called $f before any linux_config_exists!"
ewarn "QA: The return value of $f will NOT guaranteed later!"
fi
}
# @FUNCTION: linux_config_src_exists
# @RETURN: true or false
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It returns true if .config exists in a build directory otherwise false
linux_config_src_exists() {
export _LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE=1
[ -s "${KV_OUT_DIR}/.config" ]
}
# @FUNCTION: linux_config_bin_exists
# @RETURN: true or false
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It returns true if .config exists in /proc, otherwise false
linux_config_bin_exists() {
export _LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE=1
[ -s "/proc/config.gz" ]
}
# @FUNCTION: linux_config_exists
# @RETURN: true or false
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It returns true if .config exists otherwise false
#
# This function MUST be checked before using any of the linux_chkconfig_*
# functions.
linux_config_exists() {
linux_config_src_exists || linux_config_bin_exists
}
# @FUNCTION: require_configured_kernel
# @DESCRIPTION:
# This function verifies that the current kernel is configured (it checks against the existence of .config)
# otherwise it dies.
require_configured_kernel() {
if ! linux_config_src_exists; then
qeerror "Could not find a usable .config in the kernel source directory."
qeerror "Please ensure that ${KERNEL_DIR} points to a configured set of Linux sources."
qeerror "If you are using KBUILD_OUTPUT, please set the environment var so that"
qeerror "it points to the necessary object directory so that it might find .config."
die "Kernel not configured; no .config found in ${KV_OUT_DIR}"
fi
}
# @FUNCTION: linux_chkconfig_present
# @USAGE: option
# @RETURN: true or false
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It checks that CONFIG_<option>=y or CONFIG_<option>=m is present in the current kernel .config
# If linux_config_exists returns false, the results of this are UNDEFINED. You
# MUST call linux_config_exists first.
linux_chkconfig_present() {
linux_config_qa_check linux_chkconfig_present
local RESULT
local config
config="${KV_OUT_DIR}/.config"
[ ! -f "${config}" ] && config="/proc/config.gz"
RESULT="$(getfilevar_noexec CONFIG_${1} "${config}")"
[ "${RESULT}" = "m" -o "${RESULT}" = "y" ] && return 0 || return 1
}
# @FUNCTION: linux_chkconfig_module
# @USAGE: option
# @RETURN: true or false
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It checks that CONFIG_<option>=m is present in the current kernel .config
# If linux_config_exists returns false, the results of this are UNDEFINED. You
# MUST call linux_config_exists first.
linux_chkconfig_module() {
linux_config_qa_check linux_chkconfig_module
local RESULT
local config
config="${KV_OUT_DIR}/.config"
[ ! -f "${config}" ] && config="/proc/config.gz"
RESULT="$(getfilevar_noexec CONFIG_${1} "${config}")"
[ "${RESULT}" = "m" ] && return 0 || return 1
}
# @FUNCTION: linux_chkconfig_builtin
# @USAGE: option
# @RETURN: true or false
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It checks that CONFIG_<option>=y is present in the current kernel .config
# If linux_config_exists returns false, the results of this are UNDEFINED. You
# MUST call linux_config_exists first.
linux_chkconfig_builtin() {
linux_config_qa_check linux_chkconfig_builtin
local RESULT
local config
config="${KV_OUT_DIR}/.config"
[ ! -f "${config}" ] && config="/proc/config.gz"
RESULT="$(getfilevar_noexec CONFIG_${1} "${config}")"
[ "${RESULT}" = "y" ] && return 0 || return 1
}
# @FUNCTION: linux_chkconfig_string
# @USAGE: option
# @RETURN: CONFIG_<option>
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It prints the CONFIG_<option> value of the current kernel .config (it requires a configured kernel).
# If linux_config_exists returns false, the results of this are UNDEFINED. You
# MUST call linux_config_exists first.
linux_chkconfig_string() {
linux_config_qa_check linux_chkconfig_string
local config
config="${KV_OUT_DIR}/.config"
[ ! -f "${config}" ] && config="/proc/config.gz"
getfilevar_noexec "CONFIG_${1}" "${config}"
}
# Versioning Functions
# ---------------------------------------
# @FUNCTION: kernel_is
# @USAGE: [-lt -gt -le -ge -eq] major_number [minor_number patch_number]
# @RETURN: true or false
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It returns true when the current kernel version satisfies the comparison against the passed version.
# -eq is the default comparison.
#
# @CODE
# For Example where KV = 2.6.9
# kernel_is 2 4 returns false
# kernel_is 2 returns true
# kernel_is 2 6 returns true
# kernel_is 2 6 8 returns false
# kernel_is 2 6 9 returns true
# @CODE
# Note: duplicated in kernel-2.eclass
kernel_is() {
# if we haven't determined the version yet, we need to.
linux-info_get_any_version
# Now we can continue
local operator test value
case ${1#-} in
lt) operator="-lt"; shift;;
gt) operator="-gt"; shift;;
le) operator="-le"; shift;;
ge) operator="-ge"; shift;;
eq) operator="-eq"; shift;;
*) operator="-eq";;
esac
[[ $# -gt 3 ]] && die "Error in kernel-2_kernel_is(): too many parameters"
: $(( test = (KV_MAJOR << 16) + (KV_MINOR << 8) + KV_PATCH ))
: $(( value = (${1:-${KV_MAJOR}} << 16) + (${2:-${KV_MINOR}} << 8) + ${3:-${KV_PATCH}} ))
[ ${test} ${operator} ${value} ]
}
get_localversion() {
local lv_list i x
# ignore files with ~ in it.
for i in $(ls ${1}/localversion* 2>/dev/null); do
[[ -n ${i//*~*} ]] && lv_list="${lv_list} ${i}"
done
for i in ${lv_list}; do
x="${x}$(<${i})"
done
x=${x/ /}
echo ${x}
}
# Check if the Makefile is valid for direct parsing.
# Check status results:
# - PASS, use 'getfilevar' to extract values
# - FAIL, use 'getfilevar_noexec' to extract values
# The check may fail if:
# - make is not present
# - corruption exists in the kernel makefile
get_makefile_extract_function() {
local a='' b='' mkfunc='getfilevar'
a="$(getfilevar VERSION ${KERNEL_MAKEFILE})"
b="$(getfilevar_noexec VERSION ${KERNEL_MAKEFILE})"
[[ "${a}" != "${b}" ]] && mkfunc='getfilevar_noexec'
echo "${mkfunc}"
}
# internal variable, so we know to only print the warning once
get_version_warning_done=
# @FUNCTION: get_version
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It gets the version of the kernel inside KERNEL_DIR and populates the KV_FULL variable
# (if KV_FULL is already set it does nothing).
#
# The kernel version variables (KV_MAJOR, KV_MINOR, KV_PATCH, KV_EXTRA and KV_LOCAL) are also set.
#
# The KV_DIR is set using the KERNEL_DIR env var, the KV_DIR_OUT is set using a valid
# KBUILD_OUTPUT (in a decreasing priority list, we look for the env var, makefile var or the
# symlink /lib/modules/${KV_MAJOR}.${KV_MINOR}.${KV_PATCH}${KV_EXTRA}/build).
get_version() {
local kbuild_output mkfunc tmplocal
# no need to execute this twice assuming KV_FULL is populated.
# we can force by unsetting KV_FULL
[ -n "${KV_FULL}" ] && return 0
# if we dont know KV_FULL, then we need too.
# make sure KV_DIR isnt set since we need to work it out via KERNEL_DIR
unset KV_DIR
# KV_DIR will contain the full path to the sources directory we should use
[ -z "${get_version_warning_done}" ] && \
qeinfo "Determining the location of the kernel source code"
[ -h "${KERNEL_DIR}" ] && KV_DIR="$(readlink -f ${KERNEL_DIR})"
[ -d "${KERNEL_DIR}" ] && KV_DIR="${KERNEL_DIR}"
if [ -z "${KV_DIR}" ]
then
if [ -z "${get_version_warning_done}" ]; then
get_version_warning_done=1
qeerror "Unable to find kernel sources at ${KERNEL_DIR}"
#qeinfo "This package requires Linux sources."
if [ "${KERNEL_DIR}" == "/usr/src/linux" ] ; then
qeinfo "Please make sure that ${KERNEL_DIR} points at your running kernel, "
qeinfo "(or the kernel you wish to build against)."
qeinfo "Alternatively, set the KERNEL_DIR environment variable to the kernel sources location"
else
qeinfo "Please ensure that the KERNEL_DIR environment variable points at full Linux sources of the kernel you wish to compile against."
fi
fi
return 1
fi
if [ -z "${get_version_warning_done}" ]; then
qeinfo "Found kernel source directory:"
qeinfo " ${KV_DIR}"
fi
if [ ! -s "${KV_DIR}/Makefile" ]
then
if [ -z "${get_version_warning_done}" ]; then
get_version_warning_done=1
qeerror "Could not find a Makefile in the kernel source directory."
qeerror "Please ensure that ${KERNEL_DIR} points to a complete set of Linux sources"
fi
return 1
fi
# OK so now we know our sources directory, but they might be using
# KBUILD_OUTPUT, and we need this for .config and localversions-*
# so we better find it eh?
# do we pass KBUILD_OUTPUT on the CLI?
OUTPUT_DIR="${OUTPUT_DIR:-${KBUILD_OUTPUT}}"
# keep track of it
KERNEL_MAKEFILE="${KV_DIR}/Makefile"
# Decide the function used to extract makefile variables.
mkfunc="$(get_makefile_extract_function "${KERNEL_MAKEFILE}")"
# And if we didn't pass it, we can take a nosey in the Makefile
kbuild_output="$(${mkfunc} KBUILD_OUTPUT ${KERNEL_MAKEFILE})"
OUTPUT_DIR="${OUTPUT_DIR:-${kbuild_output}}"
# And contrary to existing functions I feel we shouldn't trust the
# directory name to find version information as this seems insane.
# so we parse ${KERNEL_MAKEFILE}
KV_MAJOR="$(${mkfunc} VERSION ${KERNEL_MAKEFILE})"
KV_MINOR="$(${mkfunc} PATCHLEVEL ${KERNEL_MAKEFILE})"
KV_PATCH="$(${mkfunc} SUBLEVEL ${KERNEL_MAKEFILE})"
KV_EXTRA="$(${mkfunc} EXTRAVERSION ${KERNEL_MAKEFILE})"
if [ -z "${KV_MAJOR}" -o -z "${KV_MINOR}" -o -z "${KV_PATCH}" ]
then
if [ -z "${get_version_warning_done}" ]; then
get_version_warning_done=1
qeerror "Could not detect kernel version."
qeerror "Please ensure that ${KERNEL_DIR} points to a complete set of Linux sources."
fi
return 1
fi
# and in newer versions we can also pull LOCALVERSION if it is set.
# but before we do this, we need to find if we use a different object directory.
# This *WILL* break if the user is using localversions, but we assume it was
# caught before this if they are.
OUTPUT_DIR="${OUTPUT_DIR:-/lib/modules/${KV_MAJOR}.${KV_MINOR}.${KV_PATCH}${KV_EXTRA}/build}"
[ -h "${OUTPUT_DIR}" ] && KV_OUT_DIR="$(readlink -f ${OUTPUT_DIR})"
[ -d "${OUTPUT_DIR}" ] && KV_OUT_DIR="${OUTPUT_DIR}"
if [ -n "${KV_OUT_DIR}" ];
then
qeinfo "Found kernel object directory:"
qeinfo " ${KV_OUT_DIR}"
fi
# and if we STILL have not got it, then we better just set it to KV_DIR
KV_OUT_DIR="${KV_OUT_DIR:-${KV_DIR}}"
# Grab the kernel release from the output directory.
# TODO: we MUST detect kernel.release being out of date, and 'return 1' from
# this function.
if [ -s "${KV_OUT_DIR}"/include/config/kernel.release ]; then
KV_LOCAL=$(<"${KV_OUT_DIR}"/include/config/kernel.release)
elif [ -s "${KV_OUT_DIR}"/.kernelrelease ]; then
KV_LOCAL=$(<"${KV_OUT_DIR}"/.kernelrelease)
else
KV_LOCAL=
fi
# KV_LOCAL currently contains the full release; discard the first bits.
tmplocal=${KV_LOCAL#${KV_MAJOR}.${KV_MINOR}.${KV_PATCH}${KV_EXTRA}}
# If the updated local version was not changed, the tree is not prepared.
# Clear out KV_LOCAL in that case.
# TODO: this does not detect a change in the localversion part between
# kernel.release and the value that would be generated.
if [ "$KV_LOCAL" = "$tmplocal" ]; then
KV_LOCAL=
else
KV_LOCAL=$tmplocal
fi
# And we should set KV_FULL to the full expanded version
KV_FULL="${KV_MAJOR}.${KV_MINOR}.${KV_PATCH}${KV_EXTRA}${KV_LOCAL}"
qeinfo "Found sources for kernel version:"
qeinfo " ${KV_FULL}"
return 0
}
# @FUNCTION: get_running_version
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It gets the version of the current running kernel and the result is the same as get_version() if the
# function can find the sources.
get_running_version() {
KV_FULL=$(uname -r)
if [[ -f ${ROOT}/lib/modules/${KV_FULL}/source/Makefile && -f ${ROOT}/lib/modules/${KV_FULL}/build/Makefile ]]; then
KERNEL_DIR=$(readlink -f ${ROOT}/lib/modules/${KV_FULL}/source)
KBUILD_OUTPUT=$(readlink -f ${ROOT}/lib/modules/${KV_FULL}/build)
unset KV_FULL
get_version
return $?
elif [[ -f ${ROOT}/lib/modules/${KV_FULL}/source/Makefile ]]; then
KERNEL_DIR=$(readlink -f ${ROOT}/lib/modules/${KV_FULL}/source)
unset KV_FULL
get_version
return $?
elif [[ -f ${ROOT}/lib/modules/${KV_FULL}/build/Makefile ]]; then
KERNEL_DIR=$(readlink -f ${ROOT}/lib/modules/${KV_FULL}/build)
unset KV_FULL
get_version
return $?
else
KV_MAJOR=$(get_version_component_range 1 ${KV_FULL})
KV_MINOR=$(get_version_component_range 2 ${KV_FULL})
KV_PATCH=$(get_version_component_range 3 ${KV_FULL})
KV_PATCH=${KV_PATCH//-*}
KV_EXTRA="${KV_FULL#${KV_MAJOR}.${KV_MINOR}.${KV_PATCH}}"
fi
return 0
}
# This next function is named with the eclass prefix to avoid conflicts with
# some old versionator-like eclass functions.
# @FUNCTION: linux-info_get_any_version
# @DESCRIPTION:
# This attempts to find the version of the sources, and otherwise falls back to
# the version of the running kernel.
linux-info_get_any_version() {
get_version
if [[ $? -ne 0 ]]; then
ewarn "Unable to calculate Linux Kernel version for build, attempting to use running version"
get_running_version
fi
}
# ebuild check functions
# ---------------------------------------
# @FUNCTION: check_kernel_built
# @DESCRIPTION:
# This function verifies that the current kernel sources have been already prepared otherwise it dies.
check_kernel_built() {
# if we haven't determined the version yet, we need to
require_configured_kernel
get_version
if [ ! -f "${KV_OUT_DIR}/include/linux/version.h" ]
then
eerror "These sources have not yet been prepared."
eerror "We cannot build against an unprepared tree."
eerror "To resolve this, please type the following:"
eerror
eerror "# cd ${KV_DIR}"
eerror "# make oldconfig"
eerror "# make modules_prepare"
eerror
eerror "Then please try merging this module again."
die "Kernel sources need compiling first"
fi
}
# @FUNCTION: check_modules_supported
# @DESCRIPTION:
# This function verifies that the current kernel support modules (it checks CONFIG_MODULES=y) otherwise it dies.
check_modules_supported() {
# if we haven't determined the version yet, we need too.
require_configured_kernel
get_version
if ! linux_chkconfig_builtin "MODULES"
then
eerror "These sources do not support loading external modules."
eerror "to be able to use this module please enable \"Loadable modules support\""
eerror "in your kernel, recompile and then try merging this module again."
die "No support for external modules in ${KV_FULL} config"
fi
}
# @FUNCTION: check_extra_config
# @DESCRIPTION:
# It checks the kernel config options specified by CONFIG_CHECK. It dies only when a required config option (i.e.
# the prefix ~ is not used) doesn't satisfy the directive.
check_extra_config() {
local config negate die error reworkmodulenames
local soft_errors_count=0 hard_errors_count=0 config_required=0
# store the value of the QA check, because otherwise we won't catch usages
# after if check_extra_config is called AND other direct calls are done
# later.
local old_LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE="${_LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE}"
# if we haven't determined the version yet, we need to
linux-info_get_any_version
# Determine if we really need a .config. The only time when we don't need
# one is when all of the CONFIG_CHECK options are prefixed with "~".
for config in ${CONFIG_CHECK}
do
if [[ "${config:0:1}" != "~" ]]; then
config_required=1
break
fi
done
if [[ ${config_required} == 0 ]]; then
# In the case where we don't require a .config, we can now bail out
# if the user has no .config as there is nothing to do. Otherwise
# code later will cause a failure due to missing .config.
if ! linux_config_exists; then
ewarn "Unable to check for the following kernel config options due"
ewarn "to absence of any configured kernel sources or compiled"
ewarn "config:"
for config in ${CONFIG_CHECK}; do
local_error="ERROR_${config#\~}"
msg="${!local_error}"
if [[ "x${msg}" == "x" ]]; then
local_error="WARNING_${config#\~}"
msg="${!local_error}"
fi
ewarn " - ${config#\~}${msg:+ - }${msg}"
done
ewarn "You're on your own to make sure they are set if needed."
export LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE="${old_LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE}"
return 0
fi
else
require_configured_kernel
fi
einfo "Checking for suitable kernel configuration options..."
for config in ${CONFIG_CHECK}
do
# if we specify any fatal, ensure we honor them
die=1
error=0
negate=0
reworkmodulenames=0
if [[ ${config:0:1} == "~" ]]; then
die=0
config=${config:1}
elif [[ ${config:0:1} == "@" ]]; then
die=0
reworkmodulenames=1
config=${config:1}
fi
if [[ ${config:0:1} == "!" ]]; then
negate=1
config=${config:1}
fi
if [[ ${negate} == 1 ]]; then
linux_chkconfig_present ${config} && error=2
elif [[ ${reworkmodulenames} == 1 ]]; then
local temp_config="${config//*:}" i n
config="${config//:*}"
if linux_chkconfig_present ${config}; then
for i in ${MODULE_NAMES}; do
n="${i//${temp_config}}"
[[ -z ${n//\(*} ]] && \
MODULE_IGNORE="${MODULE_IGNORE} ${temp_config}"
done
error=2
fi
else
linux_chkconfig_present ${config} || error=1
fi
if [[ ${error} > 0 ]]; then
local report_func="eerror" local_error
local_error="ERROR_${config}"
local_error="${!local_error}"
if [[ -z "${local_error}" ]]; then
# using old, deprecated format.
local_error="${config}_ERROR"
local_error="${!local_error}"
fi
if [[ ${die} == 0 && -z "${local_error}" ]]; then
#soft errors can be warnings
local_error="WARNING_${config}"
local_error="${!local_error}"
if [[ -n "${local_error}" ]] ; then
report_func="ewarn"
fi
fi
if [[ -z "${local_error}" ]]; then
[[ ${error} == 1 ]] \
&& local_error="is not set when it should be." \
|| local_error="should not be set. But it is."
local_error="CONFIG_${config}:\t ${local_error}"
fi
if [[ ${die} == 0 ]]; then
${report_func} " ${local_error}"
soft_errors_count=$[soft_errors_count + 1]
else
${report_func} " ${local_error}"
hard_errors_count=$[hard_errors_count + 1]
fi
fi
done
if [[ ${hard_errors_count} > 0 ]]; then
eerror "Please check to make sure these options are set correctly."
eerror "Failure to do so may cause unexpected problems."
eerror "Once you have satisfied these options, please try merging"
eerror "this package again."
export LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE="${old_LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE}"
die "Incorrect kernel configuration options"
elif [[ ${soft_errors_count} > 0 ]]; then
ewarn "Please check to make sure these options are set correctly."
ewarn "Failure to do so may cause unexpected problems."
else
eend 0
fi
export LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE="${old_LINUX_CONFIG_EXISTS_DONE}"
}
check_zlibinflate() {
# if we haven't determined the version yet, we need to
require_configured_kernel
get_version
# although I restructured this code - I really really really dont support it!
# bug #27882 - zlib routines are only linked into the kernel
# if something compiled into the kernel calls them
#
# plus, for the cloop module, it appears that there's no way
# to get cloop.o to include a static zlib if CONFIG_MODVERSIONS
# is on
local INFLATE
local DEFLATE
einfo "Determining the usability of ZLIB_INFLATE support in your kernel"
ebegin "checking ZLIB_INFLATE"
linux_chkconfig_builtin CONFIG_ZLIB_INFLATE
eend $?
[ "$?" != 0 ] && die
ebegin "checking ZLIB_DEFLATE"
linux_chkconfig_builtin CONFIG_ZLIB_DEFLATE
eend $?
[ "$?" != 0 ] && die
local LINENO_START
local LINENO_END
local SYMBOLS
local x
LINENO_END="$(grep -n 'CONFIG_ZLIB_INFLATE y' ${KV_DIR}/lib/Config.in | cut -d : -f 1)"
LINENO_START="$(head -n $LINENO_END ${KV_DIR}/lib/Config.in | grep -n 'if \[' | tail -n 1 | cut -d : -f 1)"
(( LINENO_AMOUNT = $LINENO_END - $LINENO_START ))
(( LINENO_END = $LINENO_END - 1 ))
SYMBOLS="$(head -n $LINENO_END ${KV_DIR}/lib/Config.in | tail -n $LINENO_AMOUNT | sed -e 's/^.*\(CONFIG_[^\" ]*\).*/\1/g;')"
# okay, now we have a list of symbols
# we need to check each one in turn, to see whether it is set or not
for x in $SYMBOLS ; do
if [ "${!x}" = "y" ]; then
# we have a winner!
einfo "${x} ensures zlib is linked into your kernel - excellent"
return 0
fi
done
eerror
eerror "This kernel module requires ZLIB library support."
eerror "You have enabled zlib support in your kernel, but haven't enabled"
eerror "enabled any option that will ensure that zlib is linked into your"
eerror "kernel."
eerror
eerror "Please ensure that you enable at least one of these options:"
eerror
for x in $SYMBOLS ; do
eerror " * $x"
done
eerror
eerror "Please remember to recompile and install your kernel, and reboot"
eerror "into your new kernel before attempting to load this kernel module."
die "Kernel doesn't include zlib support"
}
################################
# Default pkg_setup
# Also used when inheriting linux-mod to force a get_version call
# @FUNCTION: linux-info_pkg_setup
# @DESCRIPTION:
# Force a get_version() call when inherited from linux-mod.eclass and then check if the kernel is configured
# to support the options specified in CONFIG_CHECK (if not null)
linux-info_pkg_setup() {
linux-info_get_any_version
if kernel_is 2 4; then
if [ "$( gcc-major-version )" -eq "4" ] ; then
echo
ewarn "Be warned !! >=sys-devel/gcc-4.0.0 isn't supported with"
ewarn "linux-2.4 (or modules building against a linux-2.4 kernel)!"
echo
ewarn "Either switch to another gcc-version (via gcc-config) or use a"
ewarn "newer kernel that supports gcc-4."
echo
ewarn "Also be aware that bugreports about gcc-4 not working"
ewarn "with linux-2.4 based ebuilds will be closed as INVALID!"
echo
epause 10
fi
fi
[ -n "${CONFIG_CHECK}" ] && check_extra_config;
}
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