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sabayon-sources for kernel sources

Post by wolfden » Tue Jul 28, 2009 12:59

To save on confusion and the hassles that people are having with getting kernel sources we brought back sabayon-sources for portage users.

so if you need kernel sources as they do not come with the install,

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layman -S

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emerge sabayon-sources
please install the version according to your

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uname -r
its a meta package for the linux-sabayon-sources

entropy users:

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equo install linux-sabayon-sources
hopefully this will clear up issues with all the kernel sources issues we are seeing on forum and in irc

:D

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Re: sabayon-sources for kernel sources

Post by Azerthoth » Fri Oct 30, 2009 22:41

linux-sabayon-sources

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Re: sabayon-sources for kernel sources

Post by Fitzcarraldo » Fri Oct 30, 2009 22:48

sabayon-sources is a meta package. All it does is call linux-sabayon-sources:

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$ cat /usr/local/portage/layman/sabayon/sys-kernel/sabayon-sources/sabayon-sources-2.6.31.ebuild
# Copyright 2004-2009 Sabayon Linux
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2

HOMEPAGE="http://www.sabayon.org"
DESCRIPTION="Sabayon Linux kernel sources meta-package (makes wolfden happy)"
IUSE=""
KEYWORDS="~amd64 ~x86"
SRC_URI=""
SLOT="${PV}"
DEPEND=""
RDEPEND="=sys-kernel/linux-sabayon-sources-${PV}"

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# eix sabayon-sources
[I] sys-kernel/linux-sabayon-sources [1]
     Available versions:                
        (2.6.30)        (~)2.6.30       
        (2.6.30-r1)     (~)2.6.30-r1    
        (2.6.31)        (~)2.6.31       
        {build symlink}                 
     Installed versions:  2.6.31(2.6.31)(14:37:02 25/10/09)(-build -symlink)
     Homepage:            http://www.sabayon.org
     Description:         Official Sabayon Linux Standard kernel sources

[I] sys-kernel/sabayon-sources [1]
     Available versions:
        (2.6.29)        (~)2.6.29
        (2.6.30)        (~)2.6.30
        (2.6.31)        (~)2.6.31
        {build symlink}
     Installed versions:  2.6.31(2.6.31)(14:37:42 25/10/09)
     Homepage:            http://www.sabayon.org
     Description:         Sabayon Linux kernel sources meta-package (makes wolfden happy)

[1] "sabayon" /usr/local/portage/layman/sabayon

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Re: sabayon-sources for kernel sources

Post by wolfden » Fri Oct 30, 2009 23:07

Azerthoth wrote:linux-sabayon-sources

oops, fixed

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Re: sabayon-sources for kernel sources

Post by poletti.marco » Fri Jul 27, 2012 14:46

I'm a gentoo user, but I would like to use the sabayon kernel because it's more bleeding-edge and its default configuration includes most drivers (unlike the one for gentoo-sources).

Is there a reason to have sabayon-sources in the sabayon-distro overlay instead of sabayon?
There are several kernels in the gentoo main tree, so an additional one won't seem out of place IMO.
Also, since the name of the package is different there should be no changes for gentoo users that don't explicitly emerge that package.

I have now added the sabayon-distro overlay to my gentoo system to get the sabayon kernel, but now "emerge world" chooses some other sabayon packages, so I can't easily update my system anymore.
The kernel seems to work though (I emerged it with USE=sources_standalone as suggested in the forums, I don't know if this matters).

EDIT:
By hardmasking the whole sabayon-distro overlay and then unmasking sabayon-sources I can now emerge world again and avoid getting other sabayon packages.
Still, I think that moving the package could be useful to other people, if there are no problems in doing so.

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